Executive Biography of Sean Schwinn

Sean Schwinn

Sean Schwinn
Vice President,
Strategy and Market Development
Boeing International
Interim Vice President
Boeing Global Services

Sean Schwinn was named Vice President of Strategy for Boeing Global Services in January 2021 in addition to his existing position as Vice President of Strategy for Boeing International. Sean is uniquely positioned during this time of transformation and digital focus strengthening strategic planning and long term objectives for business stability and future longevity of Global Services.

Schwinn will continue as vice president of strategy and market development for Boeing International, a position held since August 2016.

In his role, Schwinn works with the Boeing business units, Corporate Development & Strategy, enterprise functions, and country/regional offices to further accelerate the company’s global strategy implementation and market development plans outside the United States. He focuses on the tailored approaches in different geographies by working with Boeing’s country and regional presidents and their teams. He is a member of the Boeing corporate strategy leadership team.

Previously, Sean Schwinn served as VP, Strategic Integration for Digital Aviation, a business unit of Boeing Commercial Aviation Services comprising AeroInfo, Boeing, Jeppesen, CDG, ILS and Inmedius, whose solutions increase efficiency and profitability for aircraft operators by optimizing flight operations, maintenance, and crew planning and scheduling.

Previously, Schwinn led strategy and business development for Commercial Aviation Services. Prior to that, he held a number of strategy, development and program management roles for Boeing Commercial Airplanes. He has also served as director of Corporate Development for The Boeing Company, where he oversaw multiple acquisitions and divestitures.

Schwinn joined Boeing in 1994 from McKinsey & Company, a management consulting firm, where he was an associate and senior engagement manager. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Columbia University, and bachelors and masters degrees from the University of Cambridge.