Engineer of the Year
Arlington W. Carter Jr.
Retired Vice President, Facilities and Capital Investments
The Boeing Company
In 1990, when he was named
Black Engineer of the Year, Art Carter was vice president and general manager of
Boeing's Missile Systems Division. An electrical engineer, Carter spent his
entire career advancing with Boeing, working his way up the ranks of leadership.
Retired since 1998, Carter serves on the boards of numerous organizations in and
around Seattle, including the Citizens Oversight Panel of Sound Transit, a
$4-billion transportation improvement project for the Puget Sound area.
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