Howard R. Appelman

Twenty years of engineering, manufacturing, and management experience at The Boeing Company.

MBA in Business Management, Washington University, 1992
MSEE in Electrical Engineering, Washington University, 1985
BSEE in Electrical Engineering, M.I.T., 1981

Employment History
1982 – Present
The Boeing Company (formerly McDonnell Douglas)

1995 – Present
Engineer/Scientist 5 and Engineer/Scientist Manager K – IDS. Responsible and accountable for Technology Planning and the transition of new technology to production customer.

  • Created and maintained the Technology Visibility Room and the Technology Planning website for Production Operations.
  • Represented the Boeing Operations Council on the Phantom Works Technology Integration Team as part of the Technology Planning and Prioritization process.
  • Developed Business Case Analysis methods for Modernization Proposals, presented proposals to Sr. Management for approval, and worked closely with production to achieve maximum benefit from new and existing assets.

Teaching Experience
1995 – Present
Instructor Boeing/St. Louis Community College Center for Business Industry and Labor Voluntary Improvement Program

  • 56 sessions of 12 different courses in the general areas of Microcomputer Applications and Web Development

Professional Affiliations/Memberships
Member Beta Gamma Sigma Honorary Fraternity
Member, Past Chapter President of Eta Kappa Nu Honorary Fraternity
U.S. Conference on GaAs Man Tech, Technical Program Committee
Aerospace Industry Manufacturing Seminar (AIMS), University of Washington Business School, Executive Programs, 1999