Billy M. Glover
Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Billy Glover is the Vice President of Environment and Aviation Policy for Boeing Commercial Airplanes. In this capacity, he leads an enterprise-wide team responsible for shaping global policy on critical issues affecting aviation including domestic and international policy, environmental strategy and product performance, and safety and security.
Prior to his current position, Mr. Glover led a cross-functional team responsible for addressing environmental issues including aircraft noise reduction, greenhouse gas emissions, alternative fuels research and public policy and opinion. His current team continues to provide input on key product design elements for continuously improving the environmental performance of Boeing aircraft.
Mr. Glover previously led derivative product development for Commercial Airplanes and has held various engineering assignments with the company involving all of the Boeing 7-Series airplanes, as well as product development, research programs and government and commercial contracts. He has extensive experience leading government and industry relations initiatives.
Mr. Glover is an associate fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics and is a member of the board of the Algal Biomass Organization. He serves on the board of the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG and is a member of the Industrial Advisory Committee for Herrick Labs, Purdue University.
Mr. Glover joined Boeing in 1978, after graduating from Purdue University with a Master of Science in Engineering with an emphasis in engineering acoustics. He received his Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Engineering in 1976 from Purdue University. He was honored as an “Outstanding Mechanical Engineer” by Purdue University in 2008. Mr. Glover has also completed executive education studies at the Harvard Business School.