Donna J. Hrinak

President, Boeing Latin America, The Boeing Company

Donna J. Hrinak is president of Boeing Latin America & Caribbean. Previously, she was vice president of global public policy and government affairs at PepsiCo, Inc. She has served as U.S. ambassador to Brazil, Venezuela, Bolivia, and the Dominican Republic, and as deputy assistant secretary of state for Mexico and the Caribbean. She also had assignments in Colombia, Honduras, Mexico, and Poland. Hrinak’s honors include the U.S. Coast Guard’s Distinguished Public Service Award and the U.S. State Department’s Career Achievement Award. In 2005, she was named international businesswoman of the year by the Miami chapter of the Organization of Women in International Trade. She serves on the board of directors of the Council on Foreign Relations and on the board of counselors of McLarty Associates.

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