Ken Sain is vice president of Digital Aviation & Analytics for Boeing Global Services. In this role, he oversees all aspects of the organizations operation and its mix of products and services. Additionally, Ken plays a supporting role in Boeing AnalytX, the enterprise capability that unites together existing analytics services and products across Boeing’s commercial and defense portfolios.
Prior to this role, Sain was chief operating officer for Digital Aviation, and he led Flight Optimization Solutions and the Professional Services organization responsible for seamlessly implementing and supporting the broad suite of airline optimization systems within the Digital Aviation portfolio.
Sain previously served as director of strategy and business development for Boeing Fleet Services where he managed strategy development and execution across freighter conversions, airplane modifications, maintenance and engineering services and information services.
Before joining Boeing, Sain was a principal at A.T. Kearney and specialized in strategy, top-line growth and new market entry for transportation companies including airlines, aviation aftermarket service providers, airline alliances, global distribution system providers and air cargo carriers.
Additionally, Sain co-wrote an investor memorandum for a start-up Part 121 airline, helping to secure launch funding and successful operations. Sain served the airline in multiple functions, including operations and director of Marketing as the company grew to employ more than 1,000 people.
Sain holds a Master of Business Administration from the J. L. Kellogg School of Management and an undergraduate degree in economics from Northwestern University. For fun, he enjoys flying and is an instrument-rated pilot.