Our invited speaker at the Gala Dinner, Stuart Voboril, is the Boeing E-7 Vice President and Program Manager of Mobility and Surveillance Defense, Space & Security. Throughout his career Mr. Voboril has led teams that use cutting edge aeronautical technology to help preserve national and global security. As we dine among the history of air and space flight, Stuart will give his perspective on what it takes to lead and succeed in our rapidly advancing world.
Stuart Voboril is the Boeing E-7 Vice President and Program Manager of Mobility and Surveillance Defense, Space & Security. In this role Voboril is responsible for successful execution of the system development, demonstration and production phases of the E-7 Airborne Early Warning and Communications weapon system. He has also served as the P-8 Vice President and Program Manager, leading successful execution of the system development, demonstration and production phases for the U.S. Navy, Australia, UK, Norway, South Korea, Germany, New Zealand and the P-8I variant for the Indian Navy. In addition, he was responsible for the U.S. Navy Advanced Airborne Sensor Programs.
Previously, Voboril was a program manager serving the Intelligence and Joint Special Operations Command communities as well as the sales leader for the Divisions of Space and Launch and Phantom Works. He began his Boeing career in 2003 at the Virtual Warfare Center, where his team established the Virtual Warfare Center as one of the premier modeling and simulation environments in the United States.
Voboril holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Nebraska and a Master of Engineering Management degree from Washington University in St. Louis. He has also served on the board of directors and is currently a senior advisor for the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA).