Kenny Swope

Senior Manager & IPT Leader, 2nd Century Enterprise Systems Business Architecture at Boeing

Kenneth (Kenny) Swope chairs Boeing’s Enterprise Business Architecture Team and is responsible for the company’s Commercial Airplanes Business Capabilities Architecture organization which oversees the integrated set of architecture products that describe Boeing’s multiple lines of business. With over 24 years at Boeing, Kenny provides technical oversight to business requirements, value stream definition, performance measures, business data and process management. In addition, Kenny is Chair of International Organization of Standards Technical Committee 184 Sub Committee 4; Industrial Data where over 700 international standards critical to product data definition, interoperability and smart manufacturing are defined.

Kenny holds a Master’s degree in Engineering Management from Washington State University, a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Missouri University of Science & Technology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physics from the University of Central Missouri. Outside Boeing. With two sons and a daughter, Kenny is active in 4-H as a technology program leader and mentor to teams in FIRST Robotics and FIRST Lego League.



Kenny Swope

Senior Manager & IPT Leader, 2nd Century Enterprise Systems Business Architecture at Boeing


Kenneth (Kenny) Swope chairs Boeing’s Enterprise Business Architecture Team and is responsible for the company’s Commercial Airplanes Business Capabilities Architecture organization which oversees the integrated set of architecture products that describe Boeing’s multiple lines of business. With over 24 years at Boeing, Kenny provides technical oversight to business requirements, value stream definition, performance measures, business data and process management. In addition, Kenny is Chair of International Organization of Standards Technical Committee 184 Sub Committee 4; Industrial Data where over 700 international standards critical to product data definition, interoperability and smart manufacturing are defined.

Kenny holds a Master’s degree in Engineering Management from Washington State University, a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Missouri University of Science & Technology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physics from the University of Central Missouri. Outside Boeing. With two sons and a daughter, Kenny is active in 4-H as a technology program leader and mentor to teams in FIRST Robotics and FIRST Lego League.

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