Northrop hires former Raytheon exec to head operations – Washington Technology


Northrop hires former Raytheon exec to head operations

Northrop Grumman has hired former Raytheon Technologies executive and nearly two-decade defense industry veteran Matthew Bromberg as corporate vice president of global operations.

Bromberg will start at Northrop on Feb. 16 and be responsible for enterprise-wide programs, quality, supply chain and technology functions. He will report to CEO Kathy Warden, Northrop said Friday.

Most recently, Bromberg was president of military engines at Raytheon Technologies’s Pratt & Whitney segment. He altogether spent 19 years at Raytheon Technologies and the former United Technologies.

He is also a former banker with Goldman Sachs and served as a Navy submarine officer.


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