Elizabeth (Beth) Pasztor is the vice president and general manager of Boeing Product & Services Safety. The mission of this organization is to further strengthen the company’s enduring commitment to safety, mission success and compliance of all Boeing products and services with the highest levels of integrity, transparency and independence. In this role, Pasztor oversees the company-wide Safety Management System, an integrating framework for managing safety throughout the life cycle of a product or service, the safety review board for the company’s senior leadership, accident investigations, and the enterprise Organization Designation Authorization. She is also the primary interface for the Aerospace Safety Committee of the Boeing Board of Directors.
Prior to this role, Pasztor was the vice president of Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA) Safety, Security and Compliance. She was responsible for integrating all BCA product safety and regulatory compliance actions and initiatives, including air safety investigations, airplane certification, regulatory affairs, airplane safety and continued airworthiness.
Prior to this assignment Pasztor was the vice president and chief project engineer for the 747 Program from January 2015 through May 2016. She was responsible for the safety and product integrity of the 747, as well its design, configuration and certification.
Additional prior roles include Director of Airplane Systems, Chief Engineer for Flight Controls and Mechanical/Hydraulic Systems, Chief Engineer for Airplane Systems Product Development and Director for BCA Certification.
Pasztor began her career working on auto flight systems in BCA. She has experience across the Boeing 7-series model airplanes, as well as extensive interaction with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and many International Civil Aviation Authorities.
Pasztor is a member of the Flight Safety Foundation Board of Governors, an independent, international and impartial non-profit organization that exists to champion the cause of aviation safety.
Pasztor has a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Iowa. She is married and has two daughters.