“With women representing half our working population, it is clear that organizations and communities alike need to encourage young women and invest in STEM programs. Noblis understands the value that women bring to the table in the field of science and technology and we are committed to building female leaders to cultivate growth and innovation for the best interests of our nation.” -Mile Corrigan, Vice President of Federal Civilian Solutions
In May, Mile Corrigan, Noblis Vice President of Federal Civilian Solutions, was named the winner of Women in Technology’s (WIT) Annual Leadership Award in the Corporate Mid-Market Sector category. The annual WIT Leadership Awards recognize and honor women professionals who have exemplified leadership while promoting the WIT mission of “Advancing Women in Technology from the Classroom to the Boardroom.”
Ms. Corrigan joins a list of nine esteemed category winners, including six leaders in the government and federal contracting space. She was named the winner of the “Corporate Mid-Market Sector” category out of 5 finalist down-selected from over 200 nominees, all from companies with annual revenues between $100- $750 million.
“It has been proven that bringing multiple perspectives to global challenges in science, technology, and engineering are more effective than a single-minded approach. With women representing half our working population, it is clear that organizations and communities alike need to encourage young women and invest in STEM programs,” said Ms. Corrigan. “Noblis understands the value that women bring to the table in the field of science and technology and we are committed to building female leaders to cultivate growth and innovation for the best interests of our nation.”
Women in Technology (WIT) is a diverse organization with the sole aim of advancing women in technology in the Washington, D.C. metro area. As a recipient of this award, Ms. Corrigan serves as an example of the leadership, mentorship, and educational values WIT seeks to promote across the region. Recipients are also given the unique opportunity to assist WIT with future programming and outreach efforts to empower women in technology.
As Vice President of Federal Civilian Solutions, Corrigan is responsible for driving mission impacts and delivering innovative acquisition, lifecycle engineering, and strategic services on an enterprise scale to Noblis’ full portfolio of federal civilian clients. She 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, and most recently was named one of Washington Business Journal (WBJ) Top 40 Under 40.
Ms. Corrigan is Vice President of Federal Civilian Solutions at Noblis, responsible for the overall direction of the federal civilian government portfolio. She holds a B.S. in Management Science and Information Technology from Virginia Tech, and is currently a Master of Business Administration (MBA) candidate at Georgetown University, set to graduate in 2019. Read her full professional bio here.