Scott Campbell was named vice president and general manager of the 737 program and Renton site leader in January 2015. In this position, Campbell leads the design, development, certification, production and delivery of the Next-Generation 737 airplane family. Campbell also is responsible for 737 MAX production and delivery.
Before being named to lead the 737 program and Renton site, Scott Campbell was the vice president and general manager of the 767 program. Campbell was responsible for all aspects of the business including overall operational, engineering and financial performance and oversaw the production and first flight of the U.S. Air Force KC-46 Tanker, a 767-2C.
Before being named in 2012 to lead the 767 program, Campbell was the director of Business Operations for the 787 program. His responsibilities included sales and production commitments, the program business plan, the derivative program plan, statement of work management, and the management information system.
During his Boeing career, Campbell’s assignments have included Program Management Office leadership for Boeing Business Jets and 747/767/777 airplane production in Everett, Wash. He also served as the director of the Program Management Office for the 737 program for from 2005 until 2008.
Campbell graduated from the University of Idaho in 1986 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He started working at Boeing right out of college as an engineer in Airplane Integration.
Scott’s interests include spending time with his family, coaching and working in the yard.