E M E L I N E  K I N G
"WHAT DO YOU MEAN  A BLACK GIRL CAN'T DESIGN CARS?"
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THEAUTOBIOGRAPHY
OF THE FIRST
AFRICAN AMERICAN

FEMALE
TRANSPORTATION
DESIGNER
FOR FORD
MOTOR COMPANY

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"Spectacular Historic
Exciting Classic"
-Chuck Patton, Board Member,
National Automotive Historic Collection

E M E L I N E  K I N G

 
"WHAT DO YOU MEAN  A BLACK GIRL CAN'T DESIGN CARS?
"My Claim to Fame"
 1994  FORD MUSTANG INTERIOR
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Inspiring, motivating phenomenal  autobiography, detailing the life of Emeline King, the First African American Female Transportation Designer for Ford Motor Company. Tearing down racial and gender barriers this little girl from Detroit, Michigan chased relentlessly the dream of designing cars like her dad, for Ford Motor Company. You'll be inspireded by her struggles to blast through the glass ceiling. Her fight for equality and her historic accomplishments.

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A proud graduate of Cass Technical High School, Emeline King conquered in 25 years what takes many a lifetime. Featured in a variety of news, radio and television ads, including Ebony, Essence and The Washington Post, Emeline was the poster child of Ford Motor Company designing cars for the auto industry. This designer, author, motivational speaker, songstress, musician and  is the owner of King Enterprises LLC. Grateful for her many gifts and talents, Emeline King teaches that..............

"Opportunity is Here;

What Are You Waiting For?"

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

A Best Selling Book by Emeline King

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