RESTON, Va.—July 29, 2020 – Noblis, a leading provider of science, technology and strategy services to the federal government has named Georgie Brophy as Director of Business Development focusing on the growth of Noblis’ Space Systems portfolio.
“Georgie brings strong analytical and operational skills in satellite ground systems and mission operations,” said Mile Corrigan, vice president, Noblis Federal Civilian Solutions. “Her experience with NASA and NOAA satellite programs, including the former Space Shuttle program, spans over 20 years and we look forward to her contributions across our space business.”
Noblis applies its space systems expertise across many clients, including systems engineering for space situational awareness sensors, testing space protection systems and doctrine, and enhancing ground architecture to help ensure our nation’s space resilience. Noblis also provides high-quality advisory and technical services for clients’ C5ISR missions in space and other domains, and engineering services for the telecommunication and networking infrastructure of the National Airspace System. The company leverages its expertise in traffic management, from space traffic to autonomous surface transportation, to help enable new entrants like drones operate alongside existing traffic. Noblis also provides systems engineering for the development of multiple key systems required to ensure safe launch range operations.
“Georgie has extensive strategy and business development expertise and a true passion for the space sector,” said Matt Salter, vice president of Business Development, Noblis Federal Civilian Solutions. “In addition to her work with NASA and NOAA she has been active in the aerospace industry community serving as president of the board of the Maryland Space Business Roundtable and as co-founder of the Goddard Advocacy Partnership, where she now serves as vice president.”
Prior to joining Noblis, Brophy has served in senior management roles in strategy, client relations, business management and business development in the federal government and commercial sectors. In previous government contracting roles Brophy led Space Shuttle mission operations for the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s Hitchhiker Program and supported satellite mission operations for numerous science missions.
Brophy earned a master’s degree in International Business from the University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business and a bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.