Keith Krumm is a graduate of the University of Washington, 1977. He worked at the Boeing Co. in Engineering from 1977 to 2017 on all commercial airplane programs as leader of the Engineering Operations organizations. In this capacity he was responsible for the integration of engineering design and specialized in defining and measuring engineering quality and productivity. Keith supported the development of the master schedule for the 777 program and helped introduced the digital design tools that supported the first commercial airplane program using 100% digital design. He was also responsible for the upgrade and implementation of new tools and process improvements. Since retiring in 2017, he has returned to his passion for astronomy and astrophysics. He is currently working with the Pacific Science Center in Seattle, starting with a focus on solar education, expanding to solar systems education and making connections to climate science and global warming.