Mary Armstrong, Vice President, EHS; The Boeing Co.
Mary Armstrong has led Boeing's EHS department since May 2007. The organization is responsible for developing and implementing enterprise strategies, objectives, systems and standards to address current and potential future environmental, health and safety issues at Boeing.
Mary has extensive experience from both a product and operations perspective. Before leading EHS, Mary was the president of Boeing Shared Services Group, and was responsible for leading a 10,000 person, multi-billion business unit that provides cost-effective services across Boeing's global enterprise. Before that, she held a number of leadership positions at Boeing in fabrication, aircraft systems and interiors, and facilities.
She holds a Bachelor of Science and Master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Washington and University of Rochester, New York. She serves on The Nature Conservancy's International Leadership Council as a council member, on the executive committee for the Conference Board Chief EH&S Officers' Council, and as Boeing's delegate to the World Business Council on Sustainable Development. Armstrong also serves on the Board of IslandWood, a Bainbridge Island school inspiring environmental and community stewardship.