Learn about the roles women are thriving in at Northrop Grumman

 March 28, 2018

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With a talented workforce full of experts in their field, Northrop Grumman is a fantastic employer for women. Learn about the women who work there.

Taja Brown, Recruiting Coordinator

Taja is responsible for growing the Northrop Grumman team by canvassing for top talent all around the country and creating offers people can’t refuse.

Samantha Hatch, Organization Effectiveness Representative

Samantha improves people-related processes at Northrop Grumman, including talent and performance management. She constantly works on bettering the corporate environment at the company.

Jacqueline Tran, Electrical Engineer

Jacqueline operates on power electronics for Northrop Grumman’s space application projects. She meets with engineering groups, chats with customers, and works on circuit analysis.

Tes Akpovi, Program Manager

Tes helps manage Northrop Grumman’s value chain by overseeing dozens of employees from different organizations. She also keeps tabs on business metrics and programs.

Stephanie Gordon, Systems Engineer

No matter the challenge, Stephanie works as a systems engineer to help ensure that each project comes together and that everything is both technically sound and on - or under-budget.

Chika Chima, Systems Engineer

Chika coordinates a cross-departmental team of Northrop Grumman engineers. It’s her job to synchronize schedules and processes to ensure projects are completed on time.

Lauren Mazzoli, Cyber Software Engineer

As a Cyber Software Engineer, Lauren designs new technologies and back-end to front-end web applications that help protect Northrop Grumman and its customers from cyber security threats.

Samantha Blaesing, Staffing Representative

Samantha strategizes new plans to support Northrop Grumman in its business endeavors while ensuring each step aligns with the company’s mission and goals.

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