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August 28, 2012

Northrop Grumman names VP, GM of Naval, Marine Systems Division

Teri G. Marconi, sector vice president and general manager of the Naval and Marine Systems division of Northrop Grumman’s Electronic Systems sector.

Northrop Grumman has named Teri G. Marconi sector vice president and general manager of the Naval and Marine Systems Division within the company’s Electronic Systems sector.

In her new position, Marconi will have executive responsibility for all naval and marine systems programs within Northrop Grumman’s Baltimore-based Electronic Systems sector, including operations in Annapolis and Sykesville, Md.; Charlottesville, Va.; Sunnyvale, Calif.; Bethpage, N.Y.; Ocean Springs, Miss.; Harvey, La.; Kings Bay, Ga.; and New Malden, U.K.

Marconi joined the company in 1985 and has held a variety of leadership positions in program management, subcontract management, marketing and business development. She most recently served as vice president of business development with executive responsibility for the strategic planning and development of new business opportunities throughout the Electronic Systems sector.

Prior to that, she was vice president of combat avionics systems with executive responsibility for product development and production of tactical and fire control radars for the F-22, F-35, B1-B, C-130J and other platforms, and the Distributed Aperture System for the F-35.

Earlier, she served as director of airborne warning systems with responsibility for all program operations in the development, production and support of radar applications for E-3 and E-767 AWACS programs. Prior to that, she was manager of marketing and business development for airborne surveillance systems with responsibility for the development of strategy for the pursuit of all airborne surveillance programs including the E-3 AWACS, 737 AEW&C, E-8 JSTARS, E-2C Hawkeye and P-8 programs.

Marconi earned a bachelor’s degree from Tulane University and has completed a variety of executive-level development programs.

A native of Baltimore, she has served for the past three years as the chairperson of the Greater Baltimore March for Babies, a project of the March of Dimes.

 




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