Felisa has spent his entire career in automotive and engineering with over 26 years in leadership roles at Ferrari, including eight as CEO, guiding the Italian-based global luxury automotive OEM through its turnaround and growth phase as the engineering and product-development force behind every new model.
Felisa holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the Milan Politecnico University.
During his professional career he has held design roles at Ford, BMW, Land Rover, Rover Cars and Nissan. Prior to joining Aston Martin Lagonda, he was Design Director at Ford North America.
Mr. Reichman holds a BA in Industrial Design from Teesside University and an MDes in Vehicle Design from the Royal College of Art, London. In 2011, Mr. Reichman received an honorary doctorate from Teesside University.
Prior to joining Aston Martin, Lafferty was the Chief Financial Officer of FTSE 250-listed fuel retailer Vivo Energy plc. He previously spent three years as Chief Financial Officer for Williams Grand Prix Holdings plc and 16 years in a wide range of senior finance and leadership roles at British American Tobacco.
Lafferty is a member of CIMA and holds a BSc Hons in Management Studies from Royal Holloway, University of London.
Fedeli is a proven leader in the luxury high-performance sports cars sector. He is considered the creator of Ferrari LaFerrari, the Italian company's first hybrid supercar as well as some of its most iconic models during his 26-year tenure. Fedeli brings his extensive knowledge, passion for innovation and his most recent experiences in the implementation of electrification technologies during his time at BMW.
Fedeli holds a Master’s degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Pisa.
Mattiacci spent over a decade in senior leadership positions at Ferrari – including spells as President and CEO of Ferrari North America, President and CEO of Ferrari Asia Pacific, and Managing Director and Team Principal of the Scuderia Ferrari Formula One™ racing team.
Prior to working with Aston Martin, Mattiacci spent five years as a senior advisor to management consulting firm McKinsey & Company and private equity firms, providing counsel on automotive and mobility topics. His experience extends to electric mobility, having previously worked and advised EV start-up companies.
The luxury automotive leader – who in 2012 was named winner of the prestigious Automotive Executive of the Year Award in the United States - studied economics at the University La Sapienza. He later attended Columbia University Business School before being accepted into the INSEAD international executive program in Singapore.
Michael has over 30 years of automotive experience, holding senior positions in Volvo Cars, LDV, Jaguar Land Rover, before joining the board of Bentley Motors before becoming COO of luxury yacht manufacturer Sunseeker in 2017.
Michael has a proven track record of delivery, turnaround and restructuring, creating shareholder value.
Smith has extensive HR experience across the engineering and manufacturing sector, starting his career with Peugeot and spending a significant part of his career at both Alstom and Rolls Royce. More recently Smith has held transformation and strategy leading HR roles at Johnson Matthey and Legal and General Modular Homes.
Smith is a fellow of the CIPD, is a qualified Executive Coach and holds a BA Hons in Politics and International Relations from Lancaster University.