Larry Lewis, 1980 Ray High graduate, was selected as a Boeing Associate Technical Fellow.
His 15-year engineering career at Boeing has included working on airborne and marine satellite internet service, a customer technical liaison for an onboard computer, and export regulation technical expert. He holds two patents in airplane communications systems and currently support Boeing Unmanned Aircraft development efforts. Prior to coming to Boeing, Larry had a 14-year career with the Federal Aviation Administration as a radar and communications engineer. Prior to that he worked for a Department of Defense contractor (EG&G) as a radar engineer.
The Boeing Technical Fellowship is recognized as experts from diverse technical areas, representing the life cycle of all Boeing products. They support business strategies by ensuring technical excellence across the enterprise in people, technologies, processes, tools and products, and play a key role in establishing and fostering Boeing Design Practices. The Fellowship provides a technical leadership path, with opportunities to grow one’s sphere of influence and to build and nurture incoming technical talent. Together, Fellowship members represent the top four percent of Boeing’s technical and scientific population.
Larry is honored to be selected into the Fellowship.