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Boeing: Pope Named VP of Investor Relations

Boeing has promoted Stephanie Pope to vice president of Investor Relations, effective as of Feb. 1, 2012.

In her new role she will be responsible for managing investor relations and operations in addition to financial community relationships.

Pope is currently the chief financial officer for the Integrated Logistics business of Boeing Defense, Space & Security.

“Stephanie brings extensive operational and financial leadership expertise to the Investor Relations role,” said Greg Smith who was recently announced as Boeing’s next chief financial officer.

“Her proven ability to understand and communicate Boeing business operations and strategy will help our financial stakeholders gain the insight they need,” said Smith.

Pope will replace Scott Fitter, who will attain the position of vice president of Financial Planning and Analysis.

Pope, 39, joined Boeing in 1994 and previously served as finance director for both Boeing’s F/A-18 program and the Training Systems and Services business. Pope has also held senior positions in Ethics and Business conduct in the AV-8/T-45 and Naval Systems programs.

Pope holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Southwest Missouri State University and a masters degree in business administration from Lindenwood University.

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