More About the Club

We encourage you to join!

Here’s how . . .

Employees of Northrop Grumman Corporation, California sites who are level 3 and above are invited and encouraged to become members of the Northrop Grumman Management Club, California Sites.

If you qualify, you can send an email to Bill Uphoff or call him at (310) 332-0038 and ask for a registration form and one will be sent to you, or click here. Dues are $8.00 biweekly and are automatically deducted from paychecks once the membership forms have been processed.

What happens next . . .

Members are notified of Club events via the e-mail system and can respond and make reservation on-line. The web site at also has information on Club officers and activities, the Club’s Constitution and photo galleries from events and activities.

The Value of Networking . . .


Be part of taking leadership to the next level!

Over 1,100 leaders from across the company belong to the Northrop Grumman Management Club. The Northrop Grumman Management Club has a long history. Established in 1946, the club has been a resource to its members, providing a forum for development, community involvement and networking/social activities.

Leadership Development

At dinner meetings and receptions throughout the year, club members have the opportunity to hear stories of leadership from world-class speakers, such as:

Burt Rutan
Pilot/inventor of the Discovery Glider (non-stop around the world flight)

Beck Weathers
A medical doctor who climbed Mount Everest, met tragedy and was left for dead.

Linda Finch
Copied Amelia Earhardt's around the world flight

Tommy Lasorda
Baseball Hall of Fame and Dodgers Manager

John Sununu
Governor and former White House Chief of Staff

Kent Kresa
Former CEO and President, Northrop Grumman Corporation.

In addition, members will have access to current and informative seminars and forums featuring Business Area and Sector Leadership.

Community Service

By supporting activities in our communities, we encourage our leaders to share their skills outside of the workplace on projects like:

  • Habitat for Humanity – Home construction projects
  • Christmas in April – Home renovation projects
  • Clothes the Deal – Clothing recycling program
  • Meals on Wheels – Delivering meals to seniors
  • Community Pride Day’s – Help refurbishing local schools


Networking and meeting with their peers in other organizations from the Southern California sites at receptions and dinner meetings throughout the year. This allows members to work more effectively within the corporation. Be part of taking leadership


Socializing with other members and their families at unique activities that include:

  • Black Tie Dinner Dances
  • Evenings out at the Magic Castle in Hollywood
  • Group evenings at the Icehouse in Pasadena
  • Tours of historic places like the Banning Museum
  • Whale Watching Tours
  • Live theatre events like the Lion King, Wicked and Cirque du Soleil
  • Movies at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood