FARIBA HOGGE

Chief Financial Officer

Ms. Fariba Hogge is the Chief Financial Officer for Aurora Flight Sciences, a Boeing Company. Prior to her current assignment, Ms. Hogge was the CFO for the BDS Geographic Optimization Program, an EXCO approved initiative to strategically align Boeing sites by capability, improve utilization, and drive long term savings and affordability. In this role, Ms. Hogge is responsible for providing financial and programmatic leadership for the successful completion of the project with an accelerated four year timeline.

Ms. Hogge has over 20 years of experience in financial management and business operations for global, technology and services companies in the government and commercial markets. Ms. Hogge joined The Boeing Company in 2014 as the Chief Financial Officer for Boeing’s Electronic & Information Solutions (E&IS) division, where she was responsible for all aspects of the organization’s strategy, finance, contracts and operations. Boeing’s E&IS Division provided solutions in electronic warfare, autonomous missions systems, and intelligence and analytics services across maritime, land, air and space domains to worldwide customers and delivered vital information and intelligence solutions for global security missions.

Prior to joining Boeing, Ms. Hogge was the Vice President of Finance and Operations for ManTech International Corporation, where she led the finance organization for the Technical Services Group with revenues in excess of $1.8 billion in services and products. In her role, she was responsible for business operations, strategy, finance, project control and M&A. In this capacity, Ms. Hogge introduced and led many new initiatives in optimizing the finance function, including improving project management and
reporting. She was also responsible for pricing and contracts, where she oversaw rate development and the successful bid and award of several key government contracts.

From 2008 to 2010, Ms. Hogge was the global controller at Deltek, a provider of software to the government contracting industry, where she led the go-to-market strategy, product pricing, pipeline management and sales organization for the company’s license and product sales.

Ms. Hogge was an assistant Vice President for Financial Planning & Analysis at SAIC’s Mission Intelligence business unit from 2004 to 2008, where she developed key metrics and tools in managing multiple large projects with the intelligence community. Prior to SAIC, Ms. Hogge held various senior level finance and accounting roles in both commercial and government contracting industries.

Ms. Hogge earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the George Washington University and is a Certified Public Accountant in the Commonwealth of Virginia.