Boeing Picks Lynne Doughtie to Board 

Lynne Doughtie

Lynne Doughtie

Lynne Doughtie has been selected to the Boeing Co. board of directors, replacing Caroline Kennedy, who has resigned.

Doughtie retired from KPMG in 2020, after serving as U.S. chair and CEO since 2015.

“Boeing is a remarkable American company serving a critical role in the global economy,” she said. “I look forward to joining this distinguished board.”

Boeing Chair Larry Kellner called Doughtie a “highly-accomplished executive with a demonstrated track record of leading a world-class organization.”

“She will provide perspective reflecting her global leadership roles and experience advising clients on complex matters as well as significant risk management expertise,” he said of Doughtie. “We look forward to working with her.”

As the first woman to be elected U.S. chair and chief executive of KPMG, Doughtie served as a member of KPMG’s global board and executive committee. She has been recognized by Fortune’s Most Powerful Women, Crain’s New York Business’ 50 Most Powerful Women in New York, Accounting Today’s Top 100 Most Influential People, the National Association of Corporate Directors’ 100 most influential people in the boardroom and Glassdoor’s list of Top CEOs.

“We welcome Lynne Doughtie’s impressive track record of advancing organizational goals through culture and innovation,” said Boeing President and CEO David Calhoun. “Lynne’s values-based leadership will further strengthen our board.”

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