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Alan Mulally
Chief Executive Officer, President, Executive Director, Member of Long-Term Incentive Compensation Award Committee and Member of Finance Committee
Ford Motor Co.Assumed CEO Role 09-01-2006
Mr. Alan R. Mulally has been the Chief Executive Officer and President of Ford Motor Company since September 1, 2006. Mr. Mulally served as the Chief Executive Officer and President of Boeing Commercial Airplanes Group from August 2002 to September 5, 2006. He responsible for all airplane development activities, flight test operations, certification and government technical liaison and also was responsible for all of the Boeing commercial airplane programs and related services, which in 2005 generated record orders for new business and sales of more than $22.6 billion. He served as the President of Boeing Information, Space & Defense Systems from August 1997 to August 1998. Mr. Mulally served as the President of Boeing Defense & Space Group since January 1997. He served as an Executive Vice President of Boeing Co. since August 2002 and also served as its Senior Vice President from February 1997 to August 2002. He served as Senior Vice President of Airplane Development and Definition, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group since 1994 and was responsible for all airplane development activities, flight test operations, certification and government technical liaison. Earlier, Mr. Mulally served as the Vice President of Engineering and as Vice President and General Manager of the 777 program. He has been an Executive Director of Ford Motor Company since September 2006. Mr. Mulally serves as a Director of Boeing Capital Corp. He serves as co-chair of the Washington Competitiveness Council, and sits on the advisory boards of NASA, the University of Washington, the University of Kansas, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the U.S. Air Force Scientific Advisory Board. He served as a Member of Executive Council of Boeing Co. He is a Member of the United States National Academy of Engineering and a fellow of England's Royal Academy of Engineering. Mr. Mulally served as the President of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. He served as the Chairman of the Board of governors of the Aerospace Industries Association, on the advisory boards of National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the U.S. Air Force Scientific Advisory Board. Mr. Mulally has been recognized for his contributions and industry leadership, including: Named one of "The Best Leaders of 2005" by BusinessWeek magazine for streamlining Boeing's production system and transforming the commercial airplanes product line. He serves as Boeing's Senior Executive in the Pacific Northwest. He was honored in 2002 for distinguished service by the University of Kansas. He was Named an Honorary Fellow of England's Royal Aeronautical Society in 1999. He was Selected in 1996 as a Laureate, Aviation Week & Space Technology's top honor, for the Boeing 777's introduction into commercial service. In addition, Mr. Mulally received three Laurels recognition from the magazine: in 2000 for leading the Commercial Airplanes team in a turnaround that increased financial performance, productivity and shareholder satisfaction; in 1995 for leading development of the 777; and in 1986 for his work on wind shear and effective pilot training. He is a Recipient of the AIAA Reed Aeronautics award for a "lifetime of achievement in commercial aviation" in 1996. He was Named 1996 Engineer of the Year by Design News magazine, Accepted the National Aeronautic Association Robert J. Collier Trophy on behalf of the 777 team for the "greatest achievement in aeronautics and astronautics for 1995." Elected as an AIAA fellow in 1995. He is a Recipient of the University of Kansas Engineering School's Distinguished Engineering Service award in 1994. He was honored with the 1986 AIAA Technical Management Award. He was Named by the Puget Sound Business Journal in 1985 as one of the top 25 business leaders for the 1990s, Selected for the Seattle Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Tomorrow program in 1984, Chosen 1978 Industry Engineer of the Year by the National Socie


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CandidateOrganizationDateContribution
KNOLLENBERG, MARTIN JOSEPHKNOLLENBERG FOR CONGRESS COMMITTEE2008-06-12$1,000
KNOLLENBERG, JOSEPH KKNOLLENBERG FOR CONGRESS COMMITTEE2008-06-12$1,000
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