Office of Internal Governance
and Administration The Boeing Company
Bavan Holloway is vice president of corporate audit, Office of Internal Governance and Administration, for The Boeing Co., the world's leading aerospace company. Holloway was named to her current position in August 2010 and is responsible for all corporate audit activities, including the Boeing Enterprise Auditor Program, a company leadership development program.
Previously, Holloway was director of finance for the 777 program at Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA) where she was responsible for leading the development and integration of program business plans. She also held fiduciary responsibilities for financial practices of the 777 program. Prior to that assignment, Holloway held several executive positions in finance supporting BCA and its Commercial Aviation Services division.
Holloway joined Boeing in May 2002 and served as assistant corporate controller and chief accountant, responsible for directing the management of financial accounting and external financial reporting. She also had responsibility for developing internal controls and disclosure practices for financial reporting, working with the company's business unit CEOs, CFOs, and other stakeholders, to ensure compliance. Prior to joining Boeing, Holloway was a partner at KMPG LLP, serving clients in Chicago and New York.
An active community leader, Holloway serves on the board of the YWCA Seattle/ King / Snohomish. She previously served on the board of Special Olympics of Washington and the North American board of directors for the Institute of Internal Auditors. She is a member of the National Association of Black Accountants, the American Institute of CPAs, Christian Faith Center, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., and ALPFA, a professional association for Latino business leaders. At Boeing, she is a member of the Boeing Black Employees Association, Boeing Women in Leadership and Boeing Hispanic Employee Network business resource groups.
A Chicago-area native, Holloway has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Tulsa and a master’s degree in financial markets and trading from the Illinois Institute of Technology. She is a certified internal auditor, a chartered global management accountant, and a certified public accountant currently licensed in the state of Washington. Holloway also is certified in risk-management assurance.