Christopher Wolter is vice president of tax for The Boeing Company, the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space, and security systems. Named to this position in 2015, Wolter leads the team that executes Boeing’s global tax strategy and plans.
Previously, Wolter served as director of tax, overseeing all aspects of United States federal and state taxes, including legislative matters, planning, controversy, compliance, and financial reporting.
Prior to joining Boeing in 2002, Wolter held the position of senior manager of tax consulting at Ernst & Young LLP. During his time at E&Y, Wolter worked with large corporate clients including consumer products and industrial products companies, private equity firms, and entrepreneurial companies. Wolter worked in the company’s offices in Michigan and Illinois and participated in a rotation with the National Tax department.
Wolter attended Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan. He obtained a bachelor of business administration, majoring in accounting, and is a certified public accountant. Wolter’s memberships include the Tax Executive Institute Inc., National Foreign Trade Council, and The Illinois Federation of Taxpayers.