Carla Undurraga oversees all aspects of the strategically important Global Supplier Diversity Program for Northrop Grumman's Technical Services (NGTS) sector. Ms. Undurraga is charged with educating and assisting NGTS' business development, capture, program, contracts, and global supply chain organizations in executing procedures that ensure compliance with federal, state, and corporate laws that govern the administration of small business programs.

Ms. Undurraga has nearly 20 years of experience in federal government contracting and has held increasingly responsible positions in contracts, procurement, operations, and socio-economic business programs. She served as Science Applications International Corporation's (SAIC) Corporate Mentor-Protégé Program Manager for five years, and under her guidance, SAIC received nine Department of Defense Nunn-Perry awards for Mentor Protégé Excellence.

After a 10 year career at SAIC, a large business, Ms. Undurraga joined a small business with 150 employees and was a division director leading accounts with P/L responsibility within various civilian agencies. Advocating for small business in this arena led to her transition back to a large business wherein her current role at Northrop Grumman she can influence teaming decisions to help small businesses win government contracts.

Ms. Undurraga earned a bachelor's degree in Organizational Communication and Business Administration at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. She is married and resides in Northern Virginia with her husband and their three children.