Boeing Names Keating to Lead Public Policy and Washington, D.C. Operations
CHICAGO, May 08, 2008 -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] Chairman, President and CEO Jim McNerney has named Timothy J. Keating senior vice president for Public Policy, effective June 2. He succeeds Tod R. Hullin, who earlier this year announced his plans to retire from Boeing by the end of 2008.
Keating, 46, currently serves as senior vice president, Government Relations, for Honeywell. At Boeing, he will lead company-wide public policy efforts, including all U.S. federal, state and local government liaison operations. He will report to McNerney from Boeing's Washington, D.C. office and join the company's Executive Council.
Keating served in the Clinton administration as special assistant to the president and staff director for Legislative Affairs. He also served as director for Government Affairs and co-director of Credentials for the 1996 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, the 1997 presidential inaugural committee, and the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles. He joined the Clinton administration in 1992 by serving on the transition team preparing the president's cabinet for Senate confirmation.