Feb 16,2007 00:00
The Boeing Company's Global Corporate Citizenship (GCC) NW Region leadership is proud to announce the recent hiring of two managers, Dean McColgan and Liz Vivian.
Both report to Gordon McHenry, director of Corporate Strategy & NW Region GCC, and were hired to help lead and expand the service scope of NW Region GCC. All three serve in Boeing's Government Relations and Global Corporate Citizenship organization, led by Vice President Bob Watt.
McColgan manages the GCC professionals and statement of work for Health and Human Services, Arts and Culture and Boeing's Employees Community Fund (ECF) in the NW Region and GCC employee involvement at the Auburn and Kent sites in Washington State, plus the Portland, Ore. and Maui, Hawaii, sites.
He has more than 27 years of extensive community relations and management experience in the Puget Sound area and is the former director of Major Account Relations with United Way of Pierce County with responsibility for leading corporate clients including Boeing, Russell Investment, Weyerhaeuser, Intel, Comcast, Key Bank, and State Farm Insurance.
McColgan is also a member of the Federal Way City Council and has previously served as the Mayor of Federal Way. He has a personal passion for serving youth and is actively involved with a number of nonprofit organizations, including the Boys & Girls Club, Habitat for Humanity, Special Olympics and Little League Baseball. McColgan was born in Tacoma, Wash., raised in Hawaii and is a graduate of Gonzaga University where he earned bachelor's degrees in Communications and Political Science.
Vivian manages the GCC professionals and statement of work for Education (Early Learning, Primary and Secondary Education and Higher Education), Civic and Environment in the NW Region and GCC employee involvement at Boeing's Renton, the West Corridor and Bellevue, plus the Everett sites in Washington State.
Vivian has more than 14 years of extensive community relations and management experience, much of it in the Puget Sound area. She has served as executive director of 2V/ACT (originally known as Seattle Youth Involvement Network) and previously worked from Los Angeles as the national field director for Rock The Vote. Prior to coming to Boeing, Vivian served as interim executive director of Aradia Women's Health Center and supported the Washington Women's Foundation as a community relations and project management consultant. She has also held a number of positions with the City of Seattle Human Services department.She has a personal passion for civic engagement and community building, and is actively involved with a number of nonprofit organizations, including Leadership Tomorrow (graduate of the class of 2003 and now serves on the Curriculum Committee) and City Club. She recently served as a member of the Seattle Public Schools Community Advisory Committee on School Facilities & Programs, and in 2003 was honored as one of the region's outstanding 40 Under Forty by The Puget Sound Business Journal. Born and raised in Seattle, Vivian is a graduate of the University of Redlands in Redlands, Calif., where she earned a bachelor's degree in Sociology.