Nicole Piasecki is vice president and general manager of the Propulsion Systems Division of Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA). Named to the position in March 2013, she is responsible for engine and propulsion systems strategy, procurement, contracting, engineering, and manufacturing integration for all commercial airplane programs, in addition to support for more than 12,000 in-service airplanes. Previously, Piasecki served as vice president of Business Development and Strategic Integration for BCA where she was responsible for the strategic planning and analysis critical to enhancing the long-term competitiveness of the business and driving growth. From November 2006 to January 2010, she was president of Boeing Japan, where she was responsible for developing and strengthening the company’s presence, managing business partnerships and pursuing new growth and productivity initiatives in Japan. She has also held leadership roles in Sales, Engineering, Sales Operations and Business Strategy. Before joining Boeing, Piasecki’s experience included working for Piasecki Aircraft Corporation; Cresap - a Towers Perrin Company; Weyerhaeuser Japan, Ltd.; and United Technologies, Sikorsky Aircraft Division. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Yale University and a master’s degree in business administration from Wharton at the University of Pennsylvania. Since 2012, Piasecki has served on Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s Seattle Branch board of directors and since 2010 on the Future of Aviation Advisory Committee where she chairs the subcommittee on safety. Piasecki is married and has three sons. She enjoys flying and has a single-engine pilot’s license.