- B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Washington State University, 1981
- MBA, University of Washington, 1994
John Pricco is now retired after a 34 year career with The Boeing Company. Prior to retirement in 2014 his last four positions were vice president, Field Operations and Delivery for the 737 Program, vice president of the P-8A Poseidon (Boeing Commercial Airplanes) Program, vice president of Boeing’s Development Process Excellence (DPE) initiative and vice president of Engineering for the 747/767/777 programs for Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
In 1999, Pricco was named 777 chief project engineer. Prior to that, he was director of the Customer Engineering organization. He held various management positions in Boeing’s Aircraft Systems and Interiors organization from 1996 -1999. He joined Boeing in 1981 as a liaison engineer, after completing an engineering internship with the company.
Starting in January 2015 Pricco will start teaching on-line in the WSU Engineering Management Program.
Pricco holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Washington State University, a master’s in business administration from the University of Washington. He completed the Seattle University Executive Leadership Program in 2005.