Boeing has announced Stephanie Pope as executive vice president and chief operating officer of The Boeing Company.
In the newly created position, effective January 1, 2024, the American planemaker said Pope will report to David Calhoun, president and chief executive officer of Boeing
As Boeing COO, Pope will oversee the performance of the company's three business units with responsibility for driving supply chain, quality, manufacturing and engineering excellence across the company.
The business unit chief executive officers, the Boeing chief engineer and the president of Boeing Global will report directly to Pope, while senior corporate functional leaders will continue reporting to Calhoun.
"Stephanie brings tremendous operational, financial and customer experience to this role, as well as a proven record of performance across our commercial, defense and services business units," said Calhoun.
"Next year will be a significant transitional year in our performance as we continue to restore our operational and financial strength, and Stephanie will help drive the stability and predictability necessary to ensure we deliver on our customer, employee, regulatory, investor and other stakeholder commitments."
Beoing said Pope's successor to lead Boeing Global Services will be named at a later date.
Pope has been serving as president and chief executive officer of Boeing Global Services since April 2022, where she was responsible for leading the company's aerospace services development and delivery model for commercial, government and aviation industry customers worldwide, focusing on global supply chain and parts distribution, aircraft modifications and maintenance, digital solutions, aftermarket engineering, analytics and training.
Previously, she was chief financial officer of Boeing Commercial Airplanes.