Alfred Kibe, director of capital planning and pensions funding in the treasury Department of General Motors, says he is driven by the idea of challenge. It certainly had to be challenging for this Kenyan native, who earned a degree in electrical engineering at the University of Nairobi, to switch specialties and cross the globe to go for an M.B.A. in finance at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. Kibe says General Motors gave him even more opportunities to challenge himself as the company’s program of rotating people in and out of positions had him managing bank relations, business development, auto finance and most recently capital planning and pension funding.
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