Roxanna Metz is the plant lead of the Indiana Auto Plant (IAP) of Honda Development & Manufacturing of America, LLC (HDMA), with responsibility for overall vehicle manufacturing operations.

Metz started her career at Honda in 2008, as a parts quality engineer in the Purchasing Division at IAP, overseeing glass and injection molding suppliers.

In April 2011, Metz became manager of the Parts Quality Department, overseeing supplier quality for IAP.

In April 2014, she became a manufacturing quality cross-functional leader, responsible for leading quality for the Manufacturing Division, including the Weld, Stamping, Paint, Plastics and Assembly departments.

In December 2017, Metz took on a new role as manager of the Paint and Plastics Department, responsible for all operations for the Paint and Plastics departments.

In April 2020, she became department manager of the Manufacturing Control Department, leading the planning function for the Manufacturing Division.

In April 2021, Metz was promoted to division lead of the Manufacturing Planning & Control Division at IAP, overseeing the Production Management and Equipment Service departments and serving as the gateway for communications to other Honda regional business operations. 

In April 2023, Metz assumed her current role as plant lead of IAP. In this role, she leads more than 2,600 associates at the plant in Greensburg, Indiana, who produce the Honda Civic Hatchback, CR-V and CR-V hybrid.

In addition to her role at Honda, Metz serves on the Board of Directors for the Economic Development Corporation of Greensburg/Decatur County, and was a member of the Board of Directors for the Decatur County Chamber of Commerce from 2016-2018.

Prior to joining Honda, Metz spent 12 years working for an automotive supplier, gaining experience in various quality roles.

Metz holds an Associate’s degree in Business Administration and Management from Indiana Wesleyan University, in Marion, Indiana, and earned a Quality Technician Certification from the ASQ (American Society for Quality).