Kim Miller

Director, Supply Chain Management at Boeing

Kim is an Executive Director of Business Integration and Analytics focusing on Supply Chain Management. Her passion is a Global Supply Chain and Contracting. In this current role she focuses on transforming the Supply Chain organization which includes the processes, service delivery and systems. She gets to focus on her passion as she is leading the Enterprise Supply Chain organization through the transformation of the Procure-to-Pay value stream, Contract Lifecycle Management and Supplier Relationship Management. Utilizing her 20 years in the Supply Chain, Contracting, Compliance and Business Operations to lead the business transformation. Prior to this position, Kim was the Director of Corporate Contracts with responsibility for policy, processes and compliance across the company. In this role she was responsible for monitoring and interpreting acquisition regulatory changes; establishing appropriate processes and business systems; and ensuring compliance by the business units or operating groups. Kim also led the operation of the Contracting Functional Leadership Team (CFLT), an integrated team of Contracts, Supplier Management, and Intellectual Property Management contracting professionals that address complex contracting issues. Kim began her career at the Boeing Company in 1997. She started as an Industrial Engineer Analyst in Boeing Commercial Airplanes. After gaining production experience she moved to Supplier Management where she held positions in most category groups. She also has extensive experience in compliance, production rate readiness and contracts. Prior to joining the Executive ranks, Kim was a Senior Manager in Product Development and Contracts where she was responsible for supporting the development of new technologies, contract negotiation and execution. Kim received her undergraduate degree from the University of Washington in Business Administration with a concentration in International Business. She holds a Masters of Business Administration in Global Supply Chain from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Kim is an active member of the International Association for Contract and Commercial Management (IACCM) and enjoys working with the IACCM on advancing contracting and technology integration.


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