Shulkin joined Magna in 2003 and throughout his tenure – which includes Executive Vice President of Technology and Investment, and Senior Vice President of Research & Development – he has been instrumental in the incubation of new digital radar chip development, helped create product strategies and efficiencies, and played a key role in identifying potential new partners to bring new technologies to market.
Shulkin has more than 25 years of experience in the automotive industry, starting in 1995 in the auto industry as an engineer.
He holds doctoral and graduate degrees in Computer Science, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Applied Statistics. Shulkin also holds multiple patents spanning manufacturing, process design, product, and controls.
He resides in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, with his wife and four children.