Kathryn Greaney is vice president of Global Trade Controls for The Boeing Company. She is responsible for export and import activities throughout the Boeing enterprise including strategy development in response to changing export/import regulatory policies, trade control infrastructure, regulatory tracking, operational activities and related compliance requirements. She serves as the primary interface to government agencies for global trade control matters and is a member of the Office of Internal Governance leadership (OIG) team, reporting to Wanda Denson-Low, Boeing senior vice president, OIG.
Prior to her current position, Greaney served as director of export management for Boeing’s defense and space unit, where she had responsibility for the export licensing and compliance requirements. She joined The Boeing Company in July 2003 as director of export management for Sea Launch, a former Boeing joint venture that provided commercial launch services. Before joining Boeing, Greaney held progressively senior level positions in export management at several major defense companies.
She is a past vice president of the Society for International Affairs (SIA), a non-profit industry association educating the international trade community on export and import compliance. She also previously served as SIA conference director and is the former editor of the SIA publication “NewsNotes.” Greaney received a bachelor’s degree in history from Boston College and a paralegal certification from George Washington University.