Steve Coe

Steve Coe retired from the Boeing Company in 2007, where he worked as a manufacturing engineer, engineering manager, and project manager for nearly 33 years. The majority of his work was on military programs, including the B-1 and B-2 bombers, Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS), an F-22 Raptor. His final assignment was Corporate Program Manager of the Boeing Technical Fellowship.

He also served as an industry advisor to the Arizona State University International Corporate Leaders Program and Chair of the University of Washington Mechanical Engineering Department Visiting Committee. Since retiring he has continued as an active member of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) where he serves as a member of the SME Accreditation committee. Steve also continues to be active with ABET, Inc, where he serves as the alternate member of the ABET Board of Directors for SME. He now serves as the Director of South/Southeast Asia Relations for BGU.

Education:

  • DMin, Bakke Graduate University

  • Executive MBA from the University of Washington

  • BS in Electronics from the University of Idaho.

  • Studied for about two years at Bethel Theological Seminary In St. Paul, Minnesota (M. Div)