Zenora Khan, MBA '06 holds a financial position in Business Management at Northrop Grumman Corporation. She is primarily responsible for program planning and financial control of her business area’s multi-faceted functional budgets and profit & loss accounts. Her prior Business Management assignments at Northrop include financial planning responsibilities for the income statement and balance sheet functions of a business area with various domestic accounts and foreign subsidiaries. She has also served as the lead analyst on a Boeing/Navy contract where she led the Northrop team through a successful customer review (Integrated Baseline Review). She has significant experience in program planning and financial control including Earned Value Management and the establishment of program benchmarks and processes. She also designed and developed multiple quarterly business newsletters and manages its production, including training and implementing sector-wide sustainable teams to maintain the newsletters.
Previously, Ms. Khan held increasingly responsible finance roles at Lockheed Martin Corporation and Hughes Network Systems. Her experience includes financial responsibilities for government and commercial programs, various process improvement projects such as implementing an SAP software installation at a business unit, as well as developing financial models and documenting processes and procedures.
Ms. Khan recently completed the Project Management Certificate corporate program with the University of California Irvine. She earned a Masters degree in business administration from Johns Hopkins University, a Bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Maryland, and a certificate in Information Systems from George Washington University. She is a member of the Program Management Institute, Capital Chapter of Women in Defense, and the National Defense Industrial Association. She is actively involved in various volunteer and mentoring activities such as teaching corporate classes at Northrop Grumman, and mentoring high school students.