Roshan Roeder succeeds Mary Petryszyn
Falls Church-based Northrop Grumman Corp.’s board of administrators has appointed Roshan Roeder as company vice chairman and president of the Fortune 500 firm’s protection programs sector.
Roeder at present serves as vice chairman and common supervisor of the airborne multifunction sensors division inside the federal contractor’s missions programs sector. Roeder’s new function is efficient Oct. 17. She succeeds Mary Petryszyn, who’s retiring Jan. 13, 2023, Northrop Grumman introduced in a information launch Thursday.
“Roshan is a seasoned government with intensive expertise main a broad spectrum of companies,” Northrop Grumman CEO, Chair and President Kathy Warden stated in an announcement. “Along with her management, our protection programs companies will proceed to thrive as they ship mission-critical capabilities for our prospects.”
Warden additionally thanked Petryszyn for her decadelong profession with Northrop Grumman.
“Mary’s unwavering dedication to our individuals, our prospects and our tradition is core to who she is and what she stands for,” Warden stated. Petryszyn will proceed as company vice chairman and report back to Warden in the course of the transition and till her retirement.
Roeder has spent greater than 20 years with Northrop Grumman and has led a number of of its companies throughout that point. She has a bachelor’s diploma in pc engineering from Virginia Tech College.