As Senior Vice President of Federal Civilian Solutions, Ms. Corrigan is responsible for the strategy, business development and program execution of the federal civilian government portfolio and Noblis’ corporate digital solutions delivery. Ms. Corrigan has a proven track record of delivering innovative research, technology solutions and market strategies for complex programs in aviation, aerospace, transportation, telecommunications, health and space systems.
Ms. Corrigan is an industry-recognized expert software engineer with specialized expertise in agile software development and the management and implementation of digital solutions, web-based systems, enterprise architecture programs and lean process engineering initiatives. She has received numerous letters of commendation for her outstanding leadership and performance.
Prior to her role as VP of Transportation and Telecommunications, Ms. Corrigan operationalized Noblis’ Center of Digital Excellence (CoDE). In this role, she provided leadership, direction, strategy and vision in technology, systems development and process engineering. She led transformation in the areas of software development, software modeling and simulation, user experience, visual analytics and mobile and connective application technology.
Ms. Corrigan has published papers and technology solutions in peer-reviewed journals and symposia, and has served on a number of industry panels. She holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Georgetown University and a bachelor’s degree in Management Science and Information Technology from Virginia Polytechnic and State University. Additionally, Ms. Corrigan has been recognized with many professional awards in the government and technology sector including the Washington Business Journal (WBJ) Top 40 Under 40 award for her leadership in driving growth and strategy as a DC-area business leader. She is a two-time Women In Technology (WIT) award winner for her business leadership in the mid-market sector $100-700M (2018) and for her unique vision, talent, and leadership in Green Information Technology (2011).