Boeing Announces Management Change in Treasury Organization

The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA) today announced Carol A. Sexton, 43, has been named Assistant Treasurer - Corporate Finance and Banking.

Effective immediately, Sexton will lead and manage the corporate finance functions for Boeing, including managing relationships with commercial and investment banks, fixed income investors and rating agencies. She also will be responsible for funding the company in both the credit and capital markets through debt and equity securities, management of the company's capital structure, and for providing financing support to the Boeing business units.

"We are very pleased to have someone of Carol's caliber leading this key role within the Finance and Treasury organization," said Walt Skowronski, vice president - Finance and Treasurer. "Carol brings a wealth of valuable experience and expertise to these functions."

Sexton fills the position vacated by Paul Kinscherff, who became vice president - Investor Relations for the company last October.

A 20-year veteran of Boeing, Sexton most recently served as director - Corporate Banking and Finance and managed the company's commercial banking credit relationships. In this role, she provided guidance to Boeing operating units regarding credit activities. Her previous experience includes nearly 10 years with the Boeing customer finance group where she was instrumental in executing numerous financial agreements supporting aircraft sales with airline customers, financial institutions and suppliers. Prior to that assignment, Sexton spent 10 years in various engineering and marketing roles with Commercial Airplanes.

Sexton holds an MBA in Finance from Seattle University and earned her bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Washington.



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