In this role, she leads the HR&A team in all aspects, including human resources strategy, workforce development, talent acquisition, leadership development and training, employee relations, organization change and effectiveness, and compensation and benefits.
Toth also has oversight of ethics and diversity programs across the sector, and is chair of the information systems sector’s executive diversity & inclusion council.
She is also responsible for the sector’s security function, including all disciplines of security, and environmental health and safety.
Toth most recently served as vice president of HR&A and competitive excellence for Northrop Grumman’s information technology sector. In addition to leading the HR&A team in planning and implementing the IT sector’s human resources strategy, she managed the sector’s competitive excellence function, which helped to ensure operational excellence, and she was directly involved with Northrop Grumman Corporation’s overall competitive excellence program.
Earlier, Ms. Toth was vice president, human resources for Northrop Grumman’s space technology sector. She held several other HR management positions of increasing responsibility in the company’s electronic systems sector and led the successful human resources integration of newly acquired organizations into Northrop Grumman.
Toth joined the company in 1984. She has a master’s degree in statistics and industrial psychology from the University of Baltimore and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Maryland. She also completed the Harvard University General Management Program.
She was honored with the Human Resources Professional Excellence Award for Leadership in June 2008. Presented at the HR Leadership Awards of Greater Washington, this honor recognizes a senior human resources professional who achieves results within a framework of visionary influence and drives a competitive advantage of Human Resources excellence.