Lynn Antipas Tyson

Executive Director, Investor Relations Ford Motor Company

Photograph of Lynn Antipas Tyson  Lynn’s career spans over 25 years of leadership roles in treasury, international corporate finance, corporate communications and investor relations serving in senior level positions at Ford, PepsiCo, Dell and other leading companies. Lynn has also provided strategic communications consulting services to companies looking to enhance the effectiveness of their investor relations programs. Specialty areas include leveraging investor relations as a competitive advantage, strategic communications, IPOs, and crisis communications. Lynn's capabilities have been recognized by the equity market across several sectors for building and leading world-class investor relations functions and she is also a recipient of the Silver Anvil Award for excellence in crisis communications from the Public Relations Society of America.

Lynn is currently Executive Director, Investor Relations for Ford Motor Company where she is responsible for leading all of Ford’s investor relations initiatives, including representing the company to equity and fixed income investors and rating agencies, and providing strategic counsel to support value creation and risk mitigation. Lynn’s career includes 14 years of finance and strategic communications experience with PepsiCo, where she ultimately served as Senior Vice President, Investor Relations, and 10 years at Dell, where she led Investor Relations and Global Corporate Communications. Prior to Dell, Lynn led Investor Relations for YUM! Brands, where she was involved in its spin-off from PepsiCo in 1997.

Lynn is a 20+ year member of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI), serving as a board member from 2004-2008. During her tenure as a board member Lynn was Co-Chair of the Audit Committee and Chair of the CEO Search Committee. Lynn also served as the Chair of NIRIs 2019 Think Tank on the Future of Investor Relations.

Lynn holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the City College of New York and an MBA in finance and international business from the Stern School of Business at New York University.