Stacey Dion is Vice President for Corporate Public Policy, for The Boeing Company's Government Operations office in Washington, D.C. In her current position, Dion is responsible for developing and implementing the government relations strategy on corporate issues including tax, benefits, financial services and corporate governance. She serves as the interface for these issues on Capitol Hill and at the Federal agencies. In concert with Boeing's senior functional leaders in Finance and Human Resources, Dion works to secure legislative and regulatory successes to support our tax, treasury, and benefits strategies.
Dion joined Boeing in 2008 as the Director of Corporate Public Policy after many years on Capitol Hill, working most recently for the Majority Leader Boehner as Policy Advisor and Counsel for tax, pension, and financial services. She drafted the Pension Protection Act of 2006 and served as the lead House Republican negotiator in conference. Dion also lead in negotiating and drafting the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 and the Troubled Asset Relief Program on behalf of the House Republican Leader. She originally joined House Speaker John Boehner's Committee staff as professional staff and pension counsel working on the Congressional response to the fallout from Enron's collapse. At the Committee, Dion managed the hearings and markups on benefits related issues, including the drafting of legislation and chief conference negotiator.
Dion previously worked at the United States Department of Labor in the Employee Benefits Security Administration where she developed regulations, rulings, and advisory opinions based on fiduciary issues of ERISA.
Dion began her career as an associate attorney in the tax department of a law firm in Washington, D.C.
Dion is a graduate of Merrimack College and Catholic University's Columbus School of Law and is a member of the New York State Bar.