Mile Corrigan

President and Chief Executive Officer

Mile Corrigan

Mile Corrigan serves as president and CEO of Noblis where she sets the corporate business strategy and overall science and technology priorities for solving complex problems that benefit the public and advance federal government missions. In this capacity, she directs and oversees research programs, business and technology investments, and cultivates strategic partnerships that fuel the company’s innovation pipeline.

Corrigan previously served as the company’s executive vice president (EVP), overseeing the strategic direction of its overall scientific, technical, financial and administrative activities. While serving as EVP, she launched Noblis Ventures, which she operationalized as CEO in 2023, to enable the firm to invest in early stage, deep-tech startups that accelerate dual-use technology to the federal government in the areas of autonomy, robotics, quantum computing, immersive technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) / machine learning and biodefense. 

Corrigan has a distinguished record of delivering strong financial results and innovative outcomes for federal missions. In her prior role as senior vice president for Noblis’ federal civilian portfolio, she led market strategies for large-scale federal programs exceeding $1B in annual awards. As a technologist and innovative business leader, she delivered over $700M in advanced technology solutions for complex lifecycle programs in IT, healthcare, transportation, telecommunications and aerospace missions. 

Corrigan has served on numerous industry panels and published a broad range of technical papers in peer-reviewed journals and symposia including digital information technology, cross-platform computing, user experience, interoperability of autonomous systems and AI. She has received professional recognitions in the government and technology sectors, including Women in Technology awards for her business leadership and recognition for her technical innovations in Green Information Technology. 

Corrigan earned a Master of Business Administration from Georgetown University and a bachelor’s degree in management science and information technology from Virginia Polytechnic and State University. She currently serves on the Northern Virginia Technology Council and the Women in Aerospace Board.