Northrop Grumman women feature in Flight Paths to Success book

Northrop Grumman women feature in Flight Paths to Success' book

 April 01, 2021

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A new book, Flight Paths to Success, shares insights from successful women in aerospace and academia. These women include two leading Northrop Grumman employees, Engineering Vice President Kirsten Dreggors and Vice President of Systems Engineering And Digital Transformation for Space Systems Carol Erikson.

Charting the journeys of women in aviation, space, and academia

Flight Paths to Success book

Flight Paths to Success profiles the personal journeys of 33 women who have been, and continue to be, successful in aviation, space, and academia.

Kirsten and Carol were asked to select one question of several questions in five categories: personal career insight, work-life balance, mentorship/sponsorship, avoiding a career stall, and powering through challenging situations. They then shared their unique experiences about work-life integration, resilience, career changes, relocation, continuing education, and career advancement.

Their stories highlighted their flight paths to success and how they each navigated their own way by charting their own course and committing to it. Kristen and Carol's stories were published as they wrote them - in their own words.

Work alongside successful women at Northrop Grumman

Northrop Grumman employees like Kirsten and Carol are defining possible in the air as they help the company provide proven manned and unmanned air systems.

Chart your flight path to success with a career at Northrop Grumman.


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