Scott Stocker is vice president of Manufacturing and Safety for Boeing Commercial Airplanes and a member of the Boeing Manufacturing Operations Council. In this role, he is responsible for ensuring the Commercial Airplanes global production system consistently operates in an aligned, integrated and effective manner. He also leads Commercial Airplanes’ focus on Environment, Health and Safety, including workplace safety initiatives. He was named to this position in October 2021.
He most recently was vice president of 737 Manufacturing, where he led the overall production activities for the 737 MAX and P-8 programs at the Renton, Wash. site. Prior to that, he served as vice president of 737 Operations & Production Initiatives, focused on integrating solutions and driving production enablers to support the 737 MAX. He previously served as the operations leader for the New Mid-Market Airplane (NMA) Future Production System.
Stocker previously served as director of 787 Production Control, responsible for ensuring 787 Dreamliner supplier support and performance, while driving supply chain affordability.
Prior to this position, Stocker was director of Boeing South Carolina 787 Final Assembly. Stocker first joined the Boeing South Carolina team in November 2013 as the director of Preflight, Paint & Delivery. He also previously led the Everett Modification Center in Washington.
Stocker joined Boeing in 2005 as an industrial engineer in the Fabrication Division in Auburn, Wash., and completed a three-year international assignment at Boeing Aerostructures Australia (BAA) in Melbourne, Australia.
Stocker has a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Arizona State University and a Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Washington.