BOEING - Key Persons


Allison Bone

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Communications
  • Executive Biographies
  • Vice President of Communications for Boeing Global Services
Allison Bone is vice president of Communications for Boeing Global Services. Bone is responsible for the development and implementation of the communication strategy, global media relations, employee and executive communications, digital communications, government and customer relations, product and services marketing communications and promotion of the global business. Bone most recently served as Communications Director for Brazil and for the Embraer Partnership & Group Operations, leading communications activity for Boeing across Brazil, including communications for Marc Allen, senior vice president of Boeing and president of Embraer Partnership & Group Operations. Before leading communications for the Embraer Partnership, Bone was Director of Communications for Finance, Enterprise Performance & Strategy, leading the communications team supporting Boeing's financial performance, investor relations, corporate strategy, enterprise performance, corporate development and total quality. Previously, she held Communications leadership positions within Boeing Global Services, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, and Boeing Capital Corporation. Bone joined Boeing in 2010 to lead the company's communications activities across Australia and New Zealand - the company's largest operational footprint outside the United States. Prior to joining Boeing, she worked in senior Communications positions in Australia across the private, public and political sectors, including with Qantas Airways, Hunter New England Health Service, NSW Police Force, and as deputy chief of staff and senior media advisor within the NSW State Government. Prior to that she worked as a print and broadcast journalist. Bone has a Postgraduate Diploma of Management from Macquarie University's Graduate School of Management.

B. Marc Allen - Chief Strategy Officer, SVP

Job Titles:
  • Chief Strategy Officer
  • Senior Vice President
  • Chief Strategy Officer and Senior Vice President of Strategy and Corporate Development
  • Executive Biographies
B. Marc Allen is chief strategy officer and senior vice president of Strategy and Corporate Development at The Boeing Company, the world's largest aerospace company and one of the largest U.S. exporters. He reports to Boeing President & CEO Dave Calhoun and is responsible for the company's overarching strategy, including long-term planning, global business and corporate development, and strategic investments, acquisitions and divestitures. First appointed to Boeing's Executive Council in 2014, he previously served as president of Embraer Partnership and Group Operations. He was responsible for the strategic partnership's financial performance, operations, synergies, and growth, leading the business and integration teams, before terminating the partnership in 2020. Before that he served as president of Boeing International, the Executive Council leader for non-U.S. corporate operations and strategy, overseeing 18 regional offices in key markets. He led global growth and productivity initiatives, new business and market development, government affairs, ESG, industrial partnerships and functional support for business unit operations. Previously, Allen served as president of Boeing Capital Corporation, with financial performance and operational responsibility for Boeing's wholly-owned customer finance subsidiary. Prior to Boeing Capital, Allen served as vice president of Boeing International and president of Boeing China, responsible for leading the company's business in China from its Beijing headquarters. Allen earlier served as Boeing vice president for Global Law Affairs and Boeing International general counsel, leading the company's international legal practice group from its inception. He was responsible for non-US operations' legal issues, cross-border trade regulation matters, and international legal policy matters including the US-EU World Trade Organization dispute on aircraft subsidies. Before Boeing, Allen practiced law in Washington, D.C., litigating complex commercial cases for domestic and international clients. Previous government service includes an appointment as U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy's law clerk. He has prior business experience in strategy consulting and start-up leadership. Allen is an Aspen Institute Henry Crown Fellow and member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He serves on the boards of directors of Procter & Gamble Co. and numerous global organizations, including as chairman of the International Justice Mission, trustee of the Trilateral Commission, and director of the U.S.-China Business Council and U.S.-India Strategic Partnership Forum. Allen received his law degree from Yale Law School and his bachelor's degree summa cum laude from Princeton University, majoring in political science with a certificate in economics. A native of Southern California and a certified private pilot, he is married and has four children.

Bernard Dunn

Job Titles:
  • President, Boeing Middle East, Turkey, and Africa ( META )

Brendan Curran

Job Titles:
  • Executive Biographies
  • Vice President / Commercial Services
  • Vice President of Commercial Services for Boeing Global Services
Brendan Curran is the vice president of Commercial Services for Boeing Global Services (BGS) and is a member of the BGS Leadership Team. As the largest commercial aircraft service contractor, Commercial Services is an industry leader in providing lifecycle services and support for Boeing and non-Boeing platforms. In this role, Curran is responsible for the profit and loss, coordinated selling, sales generation and marketing activities of Commercial Services to the customer. Prior to this assignment, Curran was the president of AvionX working across Boeing's businesses to further develop the company's internal capability to design, manufacture, support and service critical aircraft and system electronics. Curran has extensive aerospace industry experience within the aircraft system, engine and airframe segments. Before joining Boeing, he was president of Crane Aerospace & Electronics from 2013 through 2018. In that position he was responsible for leading the strategic direction, profitable growth and operating results of the group's six business segments. Prior to Crane, he held a number of diverse roles of increasing responsibility with United Technologies Corporation. Curran also served as vice president of Strategy, Business Development & Partnerships, for Pratt & Whitney Commercial Engines. In this position he led new sales campaigns with aircraft manufacturers and coordinated company investment partnerships related to new and existing engine programs. He also held a number of executive, aftermarket focused positions at UTC's Hamilton Sundstrand Division including vice president, Repair & Supply Chain, vice president Aftermarket Sales & Commercial Spares and regional director, Asia-Pacific. Curran holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Vermont and a Master of Business Administration from Columbia Business School. While at Columbia he was awarded the Center for International Business Fellowship.

Brett C. Gerry

Job Titles:
  • Chief Legal Officer / Executive Vice President, Global Compliance
  • Chief Legal Officer and Executive Vice President, Global Compliance
  • Executive Biographies
Brett Gerry is Boeing's chief legal officer and executive vice president, global compliance, a position he assumed in May 2020 after serving for a year as the company's general counsel. Gerry is the company's senior legal advisor and leads Boeing's Law Department and principal ethics and compliance organizations, including Ethics & Business Conduct and Global Trade Controls. He is a member of the company's Executive Council, reporting to the president and CEO. Previously, Gerry served for three years as president of Boeing Japan, based in Tokyo. He was responsible for the development and implementation of the Boeing strategy in Japan, expanding the company's local presence, identifying new business and partnership opportunities, and leading government affairs and corporate citizenship programs. Since joining the company in 2008, Gerry has served in senior positions in the Law Department, including as vice president and general counsel for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, and prior to that as chief counsel to Boeing's network and space systems businesses. Gerry came to Boeing following several senior positions in the U.S. Department of Justice and the White House. His service at the Department of Justice included roles as chief of staff to U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey, acting assistant attorney general supervising the department's Office of Legal Policy, and a member of the leadership team that launched the department's National Security Division, where he served as deputy assistant attorney general. Before that, Gerry was an associate counsel to the president of the United States, in which capacity he worked on national security and intelligence matters. He also worked in private practice at Boston-based Goodwin Procter LLP and was a law clerk both at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court. Gerry earned a bachelor's degree in political science and economics from Colgate University, a master's degree in political science from Yale University and a Juris Doctor from Yale Law School. He has served as an adjunct professor of law at Georgetown University and the University of Washington School of Law; a member of the board of directors of the Alliance for Education in Seattle; and chair of the industry advisory board for the University of Washington Law School's Global Business Law initiative. In connection with his responsibilities in Japan, Gerry has served on the board of governors of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan and as co-chair of the U.S.-Japan Business Council Committee on Travel and Tourism.

Carol Hibbard - SVP

Job Titles:
  • Controller
  • Senior Vice President
  • Company 's Principal Accounting Officer
  • Executive Biographies
Carol Hibbard is senior vice president and controller for The Boeing Company, the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners, defense, space and security systems, and provider of global services. In this role, Hibbard leads Financial Accounting and Government Accounting, which ensure timely, accurate financial information; develop effective internal controls; provide accounting policy guidance; and work with regulators to inform new accounting rules. She oversees the Finance Shared Services, Enterprise Rates and Overhead Management, Cost and Financial Structure Management, and Enterprise Capital Management teams, along with the Actuarial team, which supports the design of pension and retiree medical plans while ensuring their funding. Additionally, she leads the Compliance Risk Management Board in partnership with the Law Department to ensure enterprise-wide compliance. Hibbard is the company's Principal Accounting Officer and ensures the company's financial reporting, disclosures and regulatory compliance are complete, timely and transparent. Carol most recently served as vice president of Finance and chief financial officer of Boeing Defense, Space & Security Segment (BDS). BDS specializes in innovative and capability-driven solutions to meet the needs of defense, government, space, intelligence and security customers in the United States and around the world. Based out of Arlington, Va., she led all BDS financial activities. Previously, Carol was the BDS controller, responsible for all accounting, financial analysis & compliance activities. Carol has also served as vice president and chief financial officer of Boeing's former Engineering, Operations & Technology organization. With over 20 years of Boeing experience, her other roles include director of BDS Financial Planning & Analysis, director of Financial Operations supporting the Corporate Controller and executive and management roles on defense programs. Prior to joining Boeing, Carol was an Operations Research Analyst with the Department of Defense in Washington, DC, supporting the United States Navy, United States Air Force and National Reconnaissance Organization. Carol received a Master of Business Administration degree from Virginia Polytechnic University and a bachelor's degree in statistics from the University of Pittsburgh. In 2012 she was selected as an Eisenhower Fellow where she had the opportunity to participate in a leadership exchange program in Europe. Carol also serves as an executive champion for Boeing Women Inspiring Leadership.

Carole A. Murray - VP

Job Titles:
  • Vice President
  • Vice President of Total Quality for Boeing Commercial Airplanes
  • Vice President, Total Quality, Boeing Commercial Airplanes / Chair, Quality Operations Council
Carole Murray is vice president of Total Quality for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, and chair of the Enterprise Quality Operations Council. She leads the focus on driving quality excellence and adopting standardized best practices across the global organization. Within Commercial Airplanes, she drives efforts to ensure first-pass quality throughout the value stream, including the global supply chain and all supporting functions. Murray works to continuously enhance the relationship between Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration, and to achieve key objectives as Boeing implements its Safety Management System. She also leads and promotes culture initiatives that improve quality and compliance in every aspect of the business. Murray previously was senior director of Quality for the 787 Program, responsible for the program's Quality Management System. She partnered across the enterprise to enhance customer relationships and execute program strategies, including implementing principles of the One Boeing Production System to foster a culture of first-pass quality, compliance, standards and continuous improvement. Prior to that role, Murray was the 787 Production Engineering Chief Engineer. She was responsible for leading the development and implementation of the 787 build plan across Everett, Wash. and North Charleston, S.C. final assembly production lines. She led the oversight of tooling, liaison, manufacturing engineers, programmers, customer engineers, and weights analysts for the Composite Fabrication Center, Mid/Aft body Assembly and Integration, Final Assembly, and Delivery. In addition, Murray provided production engineering leadership and helped lead the enterprise Fall Hazard Elimination Team. She was also senior manager in Manufacturing Engineering, Skill Team Leader, an Operations senior manager and Mid-body Business Operation Program leader. Murray first joined Boeing in 2004 as an intern in Flight Controls for commercial aircraft, then returned for a second internship with the C-17 Globemaster in Charleston. Murray holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering from North Carolina State University and a Master of Science degree in Organizational Management from Charleston Southern University. She now resides in Puget Sound and still serves on the board of One80 Place homeless shelter in Charleston, S.C. and is the assistant director of the nonprofit organization Honor and Remember South Carolina, recognizing fallen heroes and their families.

Chris Broom

Job Titles:
  • Executive Biographies
  • Vice President of Training Solutions for Boeing Global Services
  • Vice President, Training Solutions
Chris Broom is the vice president of Training Solutions for Boeing Global Services, leading with responsibility for the people, processes and tools to provide training solutions and services to all markets served by Boeing. Broom and his team are driving transformational innovation into the next generation of learning solutions across Boeing's full training portfolio, and ensuring high-quality, efficient, repeatable delivery with a continuous focus on enhancing aviation safety. Broom joined Boeing in April 2021 after a 27-year career with American Airlines culminating as managing director of Flight and Training Administration where he had oversight of American Airlines' Training Centers in Dallas/Ft. Worth and Charlotte, Simulator Engineering and Support, Pilot Recruiting and Development, Flight Communications, Flight Training Support, and hotel and transportation contracts for all pilot and flight attendant travel. Prior to that role, he served in a variety of others including managing director of Flight Training, manager of Flight Training Operations, other roles in DFW airport operations and within System Operations Control. Before joining American Airlines, Chris worked at a start-up airline, Skybus, and flew various aircraft from small instructional planes to Cessna Citations. Broom holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in General Business from the University of Central Oklahoma and has earned multiple FAA certificates including dispatcher, advanced ground instructor, single and multi-instrument land, instrument, commercial, certified flight instructor, certified flight instructor instrument, and multi-engine instructor. Chris currently serves on the St. Mark's Alumni Association Board of Directors and the USS Yorktown (CV-10) Association Board of Directors. He previously served as Member, Vice-President, and President of the Susan G. Komen - Dallas Board of Directors for many years and was involved with the American Airlines' Race for the Cure team efforts for over 20 years.

Chris Raymond

Job Titles:
  • Chief Sustainability Officer / Vice President, Global Enterprise Sustainability
  • Chief Sustainability Officer and Vice President of Global Enterprise Sustainability
  • Executive Biographies
Chris Raymond is the chief sustainability officer and vice president of Global Enterprise Sustainability for The Boeing Company, and a member of the company's Executive Council. As Boeing's first chief sustainability officer, Raymond is responsible for further advancing Boeing's approach on environmental, social and governance (ESG) priorities, stakeholder-oriented engagement, reporting, and company performance. Raymond's Executive Council responsibilities include driving shared awareness of ESG trends, opportunities and targets to guide company decision-making and global impact. Prior to this role, Raymond was the vice president of Sustainability, Strategy and Corporate Development (SSCD) for The Boeing Company, leading the team that shapes the company's future through market insights, strategies, partnerships and investments for sustainable innovation, productivity and growth. In addition to his SSCD role, Raymond was asked to also lead enterprise-wide efforts to engage, inform and seek feedback from stakeholders following the tragic accidents involving the 737 MAX airplane. Raymond partnered with the Communications team and leaders from across the company to focus on employees, customers, passengers, suppliers and other valued partners, ensuring their voices and interests were actively represented across all the company's efforts. Raymond was previously vice president of Embraer Integration, a role in which he led the efforts for a potential strategic partnership between Boeing and Brazilian aerospace company Embraer. Raymond also previously served as the first vice president and general manager of Autonomous Systems (AS), a division within Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS) focusing on enterprise autonomous aviation and marine technologies, intelligence capabilities, and networking solutions from seabed to space. Prior to his role with AS, Raymond was vice president and general manager of several businesses involving integrated missile defense, sensors and signals intelligence, and undersea capability. He also served as vice president of global Business Development & Strategy for BDS, leading a global team focused on customer solutions, partnerships, new business capture and strategic planning. Raymond began his career as an engineer at Boeing's Long Beach, California operation. He has served in leadership assignments in engineering, supply chain management, strategy, sales, program management and operations. Raymond is an associate fellow in the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and a fellow in the Royal Aeronautical Society. He is part of The Clean Skies for Tomorrow Coalition, is a World 50 member and serves as an advisory board member with Dell Technologies, the MIT Climate and Sustainability Consortium, and the University of Illinois Aerospace Engineering Board. He holds a bachelor's degree in aeronautical engineering from the University of Illinois, as well as a contract management certificate and a Master of Business Administration from the University of California-Irvine.

Chuck Woods

Job Titles:
  • Executive Biographies
  • Vice President of Integration and Operations / the
  • Vice President of Integration and Operations for Enterprise Operations
  • Vice President, Integration and Operations
Chuck Woods is Vice President of Integration and Operations for Enterprise Operations, Finance and Sustainability organization at Boeing, the world's largest aerospace company and one of the largest U.S. exporters. In this expanded role, Woods leads a team tasked with establishing the Enterprise Operations, Finance and Sustainability operating rhythm and processes to enable efficient day-to-day operations as well as cross-functional collaboration and coordination across the company. He continues to oversee the management of the Office of the EVP of Enterprise Operations and CFO. Additionally, Woods leads the One Boeing Finance of the Future, Finance Systems Integration and Finance People Development teams, driving functional excellence in processes, systems and service delivery, as well as a world-class, consistent approach to talent development. Woods has held senior leadership roles across the Boeing enterprise in supply chain, finance, and program management as chief financial officer and Vice President of Finance for the Commercial Services and Government Services businesses, among others. He also served as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Finance/Program Management at Defense Global Services & Support, the 787 Commercial Airplane Program, at Boeing Engineering, Operations & Technology, and as vice president of Supplier Management for Boeing Military Aircraft. He joined the company in 1990 as a contracts and pricing specialist, and served in a succession of finance and supplier management positions within Boeing's defense and space business. Before joining Boeing, Woods held various management positions for the Jacobs Group, a nationwide shopping center developer. Woods holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Truman State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Southern Illinois University. Woods serves on the Governance Board for Family Forward in St. Louis, MO as Vice President - Treasurer. He is married and has three grown children.

Conrad Chun

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Communications

Cynthia A. Gruensfelder

Job Titles:
  • Vice President and General Manager, Missile and Weapon Systems

Dan Gillian

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, U.S. Government Services

Darrin A. Hostetler - VP

Job Titles:
  • Assistant General Counsel
  • Vice President

David A. Dohnalek - SVP, Treasurer

Job Titles:
  • Senior Vice President
  • Treasurer

David L. Calhoun - CEO, President

Job Titles:
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • President

Denise Russell Fleming

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Information Technology Business Partners

Duane Wehking

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Digital Solutions and IT & DA Business Partner

Edward L. Dandridge - CCO

Job Titles:
  • Chief Communications Officer
  • Senior Vice President, Communications

Edwin (Ed) J. Clark

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Global Technical Operations

Elizabeth Lund

Job Titles:
  • Vice President and General Manager, Supply Chain and Fabrication

Everett, Wash

Everett, Wash. -- The Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour is located in Mukilteo, Wash., 25 miles north of Seattle. Public tours of Boeing's Everett factory are available seven days a week. The Everett, Wash., facility is home to the 747, 767, 777 and 787 Dreamliner production lines and is the world's largest building by volume. Visitors will see airplanes being built for our worldwide base of airline customers.

Gary McCulley

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Manufacturing and Safety

Gregory D. Smith

Job Titles:
  • Executive Vice President, Enterprise Operations / Chief Financial Officer

Gregory L. Hyslop

Job Titles:
  • Chief Engineer / Executive Vice President, Engineering, Test & Technology

Howard McKenzie - VP

Job Titles:
  • Chief Engineer
  • Vice President

Ihssane Mounir

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Commercial
  • Vice President, Commercial Sales & Marketing

James H. Chilton

Job Titles:
  • Senior Vice President, Space and Launch

Jeff Shockey

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Global Sales and Marketing, Defense, Space & Security and Government Services

Jennifer Mack - CFO, VP

Job Titles:
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Vice President

Jim Bohlman

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Strategy

Joelle Denney

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Human Resources

Katherine (Kate) Schaefer

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Specialty Products and Services

Kevin L. Schemm

Job Titles:
  • Senior Vice President, Enterprise Finance

Kory Mathews

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Enterprise Services

Kristen Bruner

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Human Resources

Kristin A. Robertson

Job Titles:
  • Vice President and General Manager, Autonomous Systems

Kuljit Ghata-Aura - VP

Job Titles:
  • Assistant General Counsel
  • Vice President

Leanne G. Caret - CEO, President

Job Titles:
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • President
  • Executive Vice President / President and Chief Executive Officer, Boeing Defense, Space & Security

Lynne Hopper

Job Titles:
  • Chief Engineer
  • Vice President of Engineering

Mark Cherry

Job Titles:
  • Vice President and General Manager, Vertical Lift

Mark D. Jenks

Job Titles:
  • Senior Vice President, Airplane Programs, Boeing Commercial Airplanes / Chair, Program Management Operations Council

Marti Powers

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Communications

Michael A. Arthur - President, SVP

Job Titles:
  • President
  • Senior Vice President

Michael D'Ambrose - CHRO

Job Titles:
  • Chief Human Resources Officer
  • Executive Vice President, Human Resources

Michael Delaney

Job Titles:
  • Chief Aerospace Safety Officer / Senior Vice President, Global Aerospace Safety

Mike Fleming

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, 737 MAX Return to Service, Commercial Customer Support and Commercial Derivative Programs

Mike Sinnett

Job Titles:
  • Vice President and General Manager, Product Development

Naveed Hussain

Job Titles:
  • Chief Technology Officer and Vice President and General Manager, Boeing Research & Technology

Padraic Fennelly - VP

Job Titles:
  • Assistant General Counsel
  • Vice President

Patrick (Pat) J. Schirmer

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Engineering Strategy & Operations

Penny White

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Supply Chain

Philip June

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Safety & Quality

Pradeep Fernandes

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Strategy

Ramki Ramaswamy - VP

Job Titles:
  • Vice President

Rik Geiersbach

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Strategy

Scott C. Strode

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Business Transformation

Scott G. Drach

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Human Resources

Sergey Kravchenko

Job Titles:
  • President, Boeing Russia / CIS, Boeing International Innovation Accelerator Leader, Global Services

Shannon Schroeder

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Corporate Audit

Sheila Remes

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Environmental Sustainability

Stanley A. Deal - CEO, President

Job Titles:
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • President
  • Executive Vice President / President and Chief Executive Officer, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

Stephanie Pope - CFO, VP

Job Titles:
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Vice President

Steve Nordlund

Job Titles:
  • Vice President and General Manager, Phantom Works

Steve Parker

Job Titles:
  • Vice President and General Manager, Bombers & Fighters, St. Louis Senior Executive

Susan Doniz

Job Titles:
  • Chief Information Officer / Senior Vice President, Information Technology & Data Analytics

Sydney (Syd) Blocher

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Program Management

Theodore Colbert III - CEO, President

Job Titles:
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • President
  • Executive Vice President / President and Chief Executive Officer, Boeing Global Services

Timothy (Tim) Myers - President

Job Titles:
  • President

Timothy (Tim) Peters

Job Titles:
  • Vice President and General Manager, Mobility and Surveillance

Todd Citron

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Engineering, Defense, Space & Security

Tony Martin

Job Titles:
  • Vice President of Total Quality

Torbjorn (Turbo) Sjogren

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, International Government and Defence

Troy Lahr

Job Titles:
  • Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Defense, Space & Security

Uma Amuluru

Job Titles:
  • Chief Compliance Officer / Vice President, Global Compliance

William A. Ampofo II

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Supply Chain
  • Vice President, Supply Chain, Boeing Global Services / Chair, Supply Chain Operations Council

William H. Osborne

Job Titles:
  • Executive Biographies
  • Senior Vice President of Total Quality
  • Senior Vice President, Total Quality and Operations, Boeing Defense, Space & Security / Chair, Manufacturing Operations Council
Bill Osborne is senior vice president of Total Quality and Operations for Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS), one of the world's largest defense companies. In this role, Osborne is a member of the BDS leadership team, reporting to President and CEO Leanne Caret. He is responsible for the space and defense unit's factory operations, Total Quality and Lean initiatives. He also maintains oversight for Environment, Health & Safety at BDS. In October 2020, Osborne also was named to a two-year assignment leading Boeing's Enterprise Manufacturing Process Council, during which he also will serve on the Boeing Executive Council. In this role, he will bring a customer-focused commitment to manufacturing and operational excellence. Prior to this position, Osborne served as senior vice president of Enterprise Operations, leading The Boeing Company's Enterprise Program Management, Supply Chain, Manufacturing and Quality functions. Osborne is an industry-recognized expert in manufacturing quality and is credited with establishing the company's Total Enterprise Quality program, driving cross-enterprise strategies and standards for total quality management. Before joining Boeing, Osborne was senior vice president of Global Manufacturing and Quality at Navistar Corporation for seven years, during which he led a major turnaround of the company's quality, performance and integrity of its engine line. Prior to that, he served as president and CEO of Federal Signal Corporation, a designer and manufacturer of a suite of products and integrated solutions for municipal, governmental, industrial and airport customers. Osborne began his career as a technical specialist product engineer at Ford Motor Co. and over his 19 years with the company assumed senior leadership positions including president and CEO of Ford Australia, and president and CEO of Ford Canada. Osborne currently serves on the boards for Quaker Chemical Company and Rush System for Health. A Detroit native, he holds a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Kettering University, a Master of Science in mechanical engineering from Wayne State University, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago. He is married with three grown children and lives in the Chicago area.