Executive Biography of Stephanie Pope

Stephanie Pope
Chief Operating Officer
Executive Vice President

Stephanie Pope is chief operating officer of The Boeing Company with responsibility for overseeing the performance of Boeing’s three business units – Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Boeing Defense, Space & Security, and Boeing Global Services – as well as the company’s Engineering function and Boeing Global organization. Pope also leads Boeing’s focus on operational excellence in support of supply chain, quality and manufacturing.

Prior to this role, Pope served as president and CEO of Boeing Global Services, with responsibility for leading Boeing’s aerospace services business supporting commercial, government and aviation industry customers worldwide.

Previously, Pope was vice president and chief financial officer of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, from December 2020 to March 2022, with responsibility for the financial management and strategic, long-range business planning for the business unit.

Earlier, Pope was vice president and chief financial officer of Boeing Global Services, where she oversaw all financial activities for the business unit and was instrumental in its establishment in 2017.

Pope also served as vice president of Finance and controller for Boeing Defense, Space & Security, with responsibility for the regulatory compliance of the business unit as well as ensuring the accuracy, transparency and timeliness of its financial disclosures.

In her nearly three decades at Boeing, Pope has held several other senior leadership positions at the corporate level as well as the program level.

Pope is also a passionate advocate for developing and nurturing our talented Boeing teammates and creating a working environment where every person can thrive. As a member of Boeing's Executive Council, Pope serves as the executive sponsor of Boeing Women Inspiring Leadership, a business resource group dedicated to increasing gender diversity awareness and promoting diverse representation among women.

Pope was an Eisenhower Fellow in Brussels and Ireland in 2008 and has a bachelor's degree in accounting from Southwest Missouri State University and a Master of Business Administration from Lindenwood University.