James J. Morris
James J. Morris retired from The Boeing Company at the end of 2006 after a 35-year career spanning commercial airplanes, helicopters, tilt-rotors and strategic missiles in roles ranging from technology, engineering, flight test, manufacturing and supplier management to program management and joint venture management assignments. In his last assignment at Boeing, he served as Vice President of Engineering and Manufacturing for Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
Prior to this assignment, Morris led the Commercial Airplanes Supplier Management organization where he was responsible for all purchasing and internal parts production for Boeing Commercial jetliners. In addition, Morris previously served as Vice President for Twin Aisle Airplanes with responsibility for the 747, 767 and 777 programs, as well as Vice President for U.S. Army Programs and Military Rotorcraft. He serves as a Director of Esterline Corporation, Lord Corporation and JURA Corporation. Mr. Morris has been a Director of Heroux-Devtek since 2013.