An alumnus of CSULB, Mr. Goggin graduated with his bachelor of science in 1987 in mechanical engineering and a master of science in 1991 in engineering. Currently, Mr. Goggin is the vice president of 737,747, 767, and 777 Engineering at Boeing. In 2009, Mr. Goggin was named vice president of Boeing’s Development Process Excellence Initiative, and vice president and chief engineer for the Southern California Region of IDS Engineering and Mission Assurance. Previously, he served as chief engineer for IDS Command, Control and Communications Networks at the Huntington Beach-Anaheim sites.
Pat has served in a number of engineering leadership roles since joining Boeing in 1987, including director of Structures Technology in Boeing Research & Technology, and director of Structures Design and Analysis at the Huntington Beach Site. He is an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and served as a past board member for the Los Angeles Harbor Boys & Girls Club. He was also part of Leadership Long Beach and served since 2010 on the College of Engineering Advisory Board. In 2005, Mr. Goggin was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award from the College of Engineering. While at CSULB, he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
CSULB Awards and Honors:
2005 Distinguished Alumni Award, College of Engineering
BS, 1987, Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, CSULB
MS, 1991, Engineering, College of Engineering, CSULB