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Scott Stocker

Vice President and General Manager, 787 Program and Boeing South Carolina site, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

Scott Stocker is the vice president and general manager of the 787 program and Boeing South Carolina site leader. In this role, he leads the team that designs, builds and delivers the 787 Dreamliner family of airplanes. He oversees the execution of program priorities and the shaping of the long-term strategy for the 787 production system. He also has overall leadership responsibility for Boeing’s South Carolina (BSC) facilities in North Charleston. He was named to this position in December 2023.

Most recently, Scott was vice president of Manufacturing and Safety for Boeing Commercial Airplanes and was the chair of the Boeing Manufacturing Operations Council. Prior to that, he served as vice president of 737 Manufacturing, where he led the overall production activities for the 737 MAX and P-8 programs at the Renton, Wash. site.

Scott has held several other leadership roles across Boeing Commercial Airplanes over the course of his career, including vice president of 737 Operations & Production Initiatives, Operations leader for the New Mid-Market Airplane (NMA) Future Production System, director of 787 Production Control, director of Boeing South Carolina 787 Final Assembly, and director of Preflight, Paint & Delivery. He also previously led the Everett Modification Center in Washington.

Stocker joined Boeing in 2005 as an industrial engineer in the Fabrication Division in Auburn, Wash., and completed a three-year international assignment at Boeing Aerostructures Australia (BAA) in Melbourne, Australia. Stocker has a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Arizona State University and a Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Washington.