Boeing Travel Management Company Names New President

Bob Jouret has been named president of Boeing Travel Management Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company.

Jouret replaces Sam Jenkins, who has taken on expanded responsibilities for Boeing Military Aircraft and Missile Systems Group.

Jouret also serves as vice president, Finance, for the Boeing Shared Services Group. He reports to Jim Palmer, Shared Services president. Jouret has been with Boeing for more than 20 years.

Additionally, Marsha Leeg has been named principal operating officer of Boeing Travel Management Company. She previously served as vice president of operations and has been with Boeing for 14 years. Leeg also has 15 years management experience at TWA.

Boeing Travel Management Company handles all business travel for The Boeing Company in addition to serving other corporate clients and leisure travelers. It was ranked the fourteenth-largest U.S. travel company in 1999 by Business Travel News.

Airline ticket sales in 1999 totaled $240 million, including Boeing business travel, leisure travel and other corporate accounts.

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