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Mile Corrigan is the executive in charge as president and CEO leading the scientific, technological, financial and administrative operations at Noblis. Previously, Corrigan had been an executive vice president (EVP) with wide-ranging responsibilities until being promoted to her current position.
Read here and learn more about Mile Corrigan’s career journey and success story!
Who is Mile Corrigan?
Mile Corrigan is the current CEO of Noblis Inc. She has extensive experience in agile software development, management, and implementation. She also sits as a board member for Women in Aerospace and the Northern Virginia Technology Council.
Corrigan has a history of accomplishment in the delivery of innovative research, technological solutions, and market strategies for challenging government projects, placing a priority on creating an environment in which everyone can succeed.
Corrigan received her MBA from Georgetown and her BS in Management Science and IT from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Women in Technology Award Winner
While she was the vice president of Noblis, Mile Corrigan received the Women In Technology (WIT) award for the corporate mid-market sector category. She is one of six federal contracting industry executives among the nine WIT Leadership Award recipients in 2018.
Work History at Noblis Inc
Noblis, Inc. is a nonprofit organization based in Reston, Virginia. The company provides its services to the federal government with the highest scientific and technological proficiency standards. Noblis is flexible in responding to client needs and is a catalyst for transformation in the federal government.
Corrigan first joined Noblis back in 2001. She started as a computer scientist, software architect, and senior manager before moving up the position to become the Center for Digital Excellence director.
During her tenure with the company, she gradually leveraged her positions. Here are some of her executive positions and achievements.
Senior Vice President (October 2020 – February 2022)
On September 2020, Mile Corrigan became the Senior Vice President (SVP) of Noblis Federal Civilian Solutions. She oversaw the company’s strategy, business development, and program execution for the federal civilian government portfolio and the delivery of digital solutions across all of Noblis’ corporate operations.
Under her management as SVP, Noblis launched RunGrants on September 2021. It is a customizable cloud-based grant solution to fit each organization’s requirements.
As federal budgets come under intense scrutiny, the company has also released RunAcquisitions to aid in decision validation and to have government agencies ready to communicate and defend outcomes readily. It also automates procedures to speed up results and provides role-based access, restrictions, and workflows to satisfy project demands while meeting agency- or department-level Zero-Trust security standards.
Executive Vice President (February 2022 – October 2022)
Mile Corrigan was assigned to be executive vice president and work closely with the former CEO, Amr ElSawy. Her EVP position took several months to prepare for her leadership takeover on October 12, 2022.
Mile Corrigan’s contributions reshaped the fields of software engineering, computer simulation, user interface design, data visualization, and wireless networking. Her present position involves managing various services aimed at the civilian sector of the federal government, including life cycle engineering, acquisition, and strategic planning.
Chief Executive Officer (October 2022 – Present)
Amr ElSawy, the former President and CEO of Noblis, retired from his position on October 2022 after heading the company for 15 years. After 21 years of working with Noblis, Mile Corrigan became the president and CEO after succeeding in the position from Amr ElSawy.
Mile Corrigan’s Top Priorities as CEO
As the chief executive officer of Noblis, Mile Corrigan values the people-first approach and continues developing a diverse and inclusive workplace. She prioritizes supporting the Noblis’ clients’ projects by driving science, technology, and engineering solutions.
Corrigan emphasizes the importance of technological innovation, and Noblis plans to expand its civil engineering business, enhance customer interactions, and provide more value to everyone. In an ExecutiveBiz interview, Corrigan speaks of the company striving for growth at the highest level. One of the ways to achieve that is by implementing digital technology to support its customers’ operations.
Understanding the Value of Women in the STEM Industry
Corrigan inspires young women to work in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professions. Noblis recognizes the need to empower women in leadership roles in the STEM fields to foster economic growth and technological advancement.