Visteon Recognized for Top Ethics Program from Women in Communications

Visteon Corporation has been selected as the 2003 Vanguard award winner by the Detroit Chapter of Women in Communications for the company's "Ethics Quest" employee communication program.

The Vanguard award is presented to companies that have demonstrated their dedication to enriching the quality of life for people through the communication medium.Visteon's "Ethics Quest" program is designed to create awareness and enhance understanding in areas such as doing business in international markets, protecting intellectual and other company property, promoting diversity and equal opportunity, and fostering a healthy and safe environment.

"A critical component of Visteon's success is our ability to communicate effectively and model the behaviors embodied in our standards, values and ethics," said Stacy Fox, Visteon's senior vice president of corporate transactions and legal affairs. "The Vanguard award is a great milestone for Visteon because it confirms that we have effectively communicated our commitment to maintaining the highest ethical standards throughout the company. We're honored to be recognized by this esteemed organization that sets the benchmark for effective communication practices."

The award will be presented at the annual Matrix Awards Reception on Thursday, May 15, 2003 at the San Marino Club in Troy, Michigan at 6:00 p.m. The Matrix Awards Reception celebrates the achievements of extraordinary communications in the community and presents scholarships to promising college students pursuing communications careers. Keynote speaker this year is Carmen Harlan, a broadcast veteran of 25 years and news anchor on Detroit's NBC affiliate WDIV, Channel 4.

Women in Communications is a professional organization that champions the advancement of women across all communications disciplines by recognizing excellence, promoting leadership and positioning its members at the forefront of the evolving communications era.

Visteon Corporation is a leading full-service supplier that delivers consumer-driven technology solutions to automotive manufacturers worldwide and through multiple channels within the global automotive aftermarket. Visteon has approximately 77,000 employees and a global delivery system of more than 180 technical, manufacturing, sales, and service facilities located in 25 countries.

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