Treadway is chief executive officer of Ford Credit Europe. He has had a broad, global career with increasing responsibilities over the past 28 years. His assignments have provided experience in board management, strategy, business planning and analysis, policy and procedure development, pricing, marketing, brand management, forecasting, budgeting, quality and productivity control, securitization support and government relations. Treadway also has experience in regulatory oversight and management, operational, commercial and consumer risk management, supplier management, operational oversight and compliance, customer servicing/satisfaction/fair treatment, an ability to manage large teams, employee development/training and succession planning and IT acumen.
He originally moved to London as Ford Credit Europe executive director marketing and sales after serving as Ford Motor Credit Company’s vice president for North American Business Center Operations upon returning to the United States. Treadway spent nearly seven years in China as president of Ford Automotive Finance China, regional operations director, and business development manager for Ford Credit Asia Pacific. His career with Ford Motor Credit began as a customer service representative in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Treadway advanced through a number of roles within the branch, regional, central office and business center functions within Ford Credit in Florida, Texas, Michigan, and South Carolina before moving overseas.
An Alexandria native, Treadway earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from NSU in 1992 team and a Master of Business Administration from Texas Christian University in 2004. He was a 4-year letterman for the Demon football team, two-time All-Southland Conference tight-end and named one of the 13 honorary captains on the Demons all-century team in the 2007 centennial celebration as a tribute to his leadership and value to his teams. He is also a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. Treadway served as director of the Demons Unlimited Foundation (DUF) and a member of the Executive Committee until October 2021. He was also a co-founder of the Northwestern State University Black Alumni Alliance that was established in 2009.