Boeing Company Director, Stacie Sire, to speak Sept. 17:
"Soar in Your Career and Change the World!"
Stacie Sire, CE '96
Director of Structures Engineering
September 17 | 11 a.m. | BlueJeans
Stacie Sire is the director of Structures Engineering for Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA), and is responsible for ensuring structural integrity, functional excellence, developing and providing technical talent (~3,000 engineers), tools and processes to all BCA programs.Stacie was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. She moved to Atlanta where she received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering with a concentration in structural engineering (1996) from Georgia Tech. She later received a masters in mechanical engineering (2000) and a masters in business administration (2004) from University of Washington (UW). She received a certificate from UW for Aerospace Industry Manufacturing Seminar (2014) and one from Harvard Business School for completion of the Advanced Management Program (2015).
The Hyatt Distinguished Alumni Leadership Speaker Series taps the School's broad alumni base to bring a distinguished leader to campus each fall and spring who can share wisdom and insight with the School's students and the wider Georgia Tech community. It is made possible by the generous support of Kenneth Hyatt, BCE 1962, MSIM 1966.
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