Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana, Inc. (TMMI)
Leah Curry is honored to serve as president of Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana, Inc., (TMMI) where she leads all production and administrative functions at the manufacturing facility in Princeton, Indiana, which produces the Toyota Highlander, Highlander Hybrid, Sienna and Sequoia.
Previously, Curry served as president of Toyota Motor Manufacturing, West Virginia, Inc. (TMMWV), a transmissions and engines manufacturing plant located in Buffalo, West Virginia.
During her 25+ year career with Toyota, Curry has held several management positions at TMMI, including vice president of manufacturing. She has also served as general manager of assembly and held leadership positions in body weld, stamping, maintenance, production, engineering, and new model launch.
Additionally, Curry serves on several boards, including Evansville Regional Economic Partnership, Deaconess Health Systems, and The Evansville Regional Business Committee. In 2013, she received the Manufacturing Institute’s Step Ahead award that recognizes female leadership in manufacturing. And, in 2022, she was inducted into the Women in Manufacturing Hall of Fame.
Other accolades include being twice named one of the top 100 women in Automotive by Automotive News (2015, 2020) and she was named one of the 250 most influential people in Indiana by Indiana Business Journal in 2022.
She studied chemistry at the University of Evansville and industrial electronics at Ivy Tech Community College in Evansville, Indiana.