Northrop Grumman taps new sector VP of business development

Kondrotis will lead BD efforts in Information Systems sector

Northrop Grumman has named Krisstie Kondrotis vice president of business development for the company’s Information Systems sector.

As vice president, Kondrotis will lead the sector’s business development efforts to identify, assess, shape and capture new business opportunities across growth areas, Northrop Grumman said in a release.

She will also ensure consistent engagement with the sector’s customer and industry partner communities, the company said.

Kondrotis comes to Northrop Grumman having served in executive business development roles at CACI International and in General Dynamics Information Technology’s Intelligence Solutions division.

She has also worked at Lockheed Martin in business development, systems engineering and acquisition management roles.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Northern Colorado, and a master’s degree in operations management from Regis University.

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