Mr. Lloyd McKinney

Mr. Lloyd McKinney

Global Supply Chain Lead, Northrop Grumman Aerospace System

Mr. McKinney is a veteran in Domestic and International Global Supply Chain management.  He is a multidimensional leader with a proven track record in the ability to lead high performance teams.  His skills include special projects management, proposal planning and preparation, administrative and financial management and project planning and control.

Mr. McKinney recently completed a Global Supply Chain Leadership assignment for the X-47B Program where he developed acquisition strategies and proactively managed surveillance over affordability, risk/opportunity management, quality, cost, schedule and subcontractor performance.  His X-47B achievements include the 2013 Collier Trophy Award and a 2014 Aerospace Systems Presidents Award for Program Excellence.  In addition, to the above he is a Business Conduct Officer for the Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems Sector.

Mr. McKinney is currently the Chair of the University of Southern California (USC) Black Alumni Association Advisory Council, serves on the board of Wilson Global Consulting based in Washington, D.C.; and the New Designs Charter Management Organization Board of Directors as Vice President of the Board.  In that capacity he advises on strategic planning, fundraising, marketing, and board/program development.

Mr. McKinney is a long term member and serves on the Executive Leadership Team of the Los Angeles Alumni Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and has served on the boards of Los Angeles Urban Youth Golf, Venus and Serena Williams Tennis Academy and the Su Casa Family Crisis and Support Center.  His additional interests include theatre, music, golf, billiards, and tennis.  He is a graduate of the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business and currently a Drucker MBA candidate at Claremont Graduate University, Los Angeles, CA.  He has successfully completed Executive and Leadership Programs at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) Anderson Graduate School of Business and Management.