Rob Pasterick is president of Boeing Shared Services Group (SSG), an 8,000-person, multi-billion dollar business unit that provides common internal services across Boeing's global enterprise. He has led SSG since February 2010 and reports to Tony Parasida, senior vice president, Human Resources and Administration.
A 35-year Boeing veteran, Pasterick brings to the job significant experience in asset and process management, financial and reporting policy and leadership development. Prior to taking on his current assignment, Pasterick was vice president, finance and corporate controller, responsible for managing the company’s financial and cost accounting, external reporting cost policy, companywide estimating, and common business systems.
Pasterick has also served as chief financial officer for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, where he was responsible for the overall financial management of the $60 billion business unit, as well as its contracts and business operations functions. Before assuming CFO duties at Commercial Airplanes, Pasterick served as the group’s vice president and controller. In this capacity, he was responsible for accounting, financial planning and reporting, pricing, estimating and cost management activities at the global aircraft manufacturer.
Previously, Pasterick served as Boeing vice president of financial planning and analysis. He joined Boeing through the company’s acquisition of the aerospace and defense units of Rockwell in December 1996. Pasterick joined Rockwell in 1979 and progressed through a series of management positions in finance and material/subcontract management.
Pasterick has been a member of Financial Executives International Committee on Corporate Reporting, the CFO Council at the University of Washington and the Puget Sound CFO Roundtable. He also is a member of the Board of Visitors of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Business, the Boeing Classic Golf Tournament Advisory Board, and is involved with the March of Dimes.
Pasterick earned an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Pittsburgh and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Business.
He is married with two sons. He enjoys skiing, running and golf.