Lynne Hopper is vice president of Engineering, Modifications & Maintenance for Boeing Global Services. This capability provides engineering and modifications support to the Government Services and Commercial Services businesses across Boeing Global Services. Hopper is responsible for fleet engineering services, modifications to aircraft, logistics products and support, Aircraft on Ground (AOG) services, forward base deployment with operators around the world, and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facilities in San Antonio, Cecil Field and Shanghai.
Previously Hopper served as vice president of Material Services for Commercial Airplanes, where she was responsible for commercial aviation's most comprehensive aircraft spare-parts sales, services and distribution network, serving customers worldwide. Concurrently she led commercial aviation’s data analytics team.
Before assuming her more recent roles in March 2016, Hopper served as vice president of Customer Support for Commercial Airplanes, where she managed the health of the world’s largest fleet of commercial jetliners – more than 13,000 airplanes. She oversaw a complete set of Boeing technical resources helping more than 800 operators maintain their fleets throughout the life cycle of their airplanes.
Hopper led the development of regulatory-delegated authorized representatives for Commercial Airplanes from 2004 to 2007 and has held leadership positions in 737, 747 and 757 Airplane Systems, and Airplane Safety and Airworthiness.
Hopper holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Utah and a master's degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford. She is married to Doug Hopper, retired Air Force C130 pilot and current Delta 757/767 pilot, and they have two sons. Her hobbies include sailing and cooking.