Engineering Operations & Technology Program Director,
The Boeing Co.
Terri Morse is program director for engineering, operations and technology, global technology - external technical affiliations (ETA) at the Boeing Co.
ETA is an enterprise-level initiative aimed at defining and overseeing the strategy and investment levels for companywide external industry technical affiliations.
Execution includes providing clear strategy, guidance, and processes connecting diverse Boeing Business Unit activities and people to internal and external technical opportunities (domestic and international) in order to maximize R&D yield, ensure technology readiness, and be the catalyst of innovation.
manages Boeing's relationships with more than 200 external technical organizations.
Morse began her career at The Boeing Co. in aerodynamics.
has held engineering and management positions developing flight controls, autopilot/auto throttle, flight management systems, flight deck systems, mechanical/hydraulic, environmental control, and electrical wiring systems.
She has been part of the original design teams for the 757/767, 737-300, 747-400, 777, and 787 airplanes.
In addition, she
has been a leader of the Engineering Define Lean & Efficient (L&E) program responsible for developing the next-generation processes and design tools for use across the Boeing Co.
Focus programs for L&E have included 787, Unmanned Combat Vehicles, Boeing Satellite Services, and Future Combat Systems.
She graduated summa cum laude from Central Washington State University.
Morse is an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) and Fellow of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE).
She currently serves on the National Engineers Week Foundation's Strategic Planning Committee, the Industrial Research Institute's External Technical Director's Network, and the American Society of Civil Engineers' Engineering Women Advisory Committee, and is chair of the American Society for Engineering Education's Corporate Member Counsel, vice president of the ASEE Institutional Councils, and member of the ASEE College Industry Partnership Division.
She has received the SWE Distinguished Service Award, the Hewlett-Packard Innovation Award, and the ASEE Excellence in Engineering Education Collaboration Award for her work in establishing a Boeing-sponsored national student competition with SWE called Team Tech, in which she still serves as National award coordinator.
More than 50 university campuses and 1,400 students have participated in the competition over a 20-year history.
has been recognized in Cambridge Who's Who, Who's Who In the World, Who's Who in America, Who's Who of American Women, and Who's Who in Science and Engineering