Matthew Bromberg is president of Pratt & Whitney’s Military Engines business where he oversees development, production, and support of the company’s military offerings including the 5th generation F119 and F135 engines for the F-22 and F-35 fighters, the F100 for the F-15/F-16, the F117 for the C-17, the PW4062 for the KC-46A, P&W's Military APU portfolio, and its small engine business. He is also responsible for B-21 bomber engine development and P&W’s adaptive engine portfolio for future combat aircraft.
Prior to his current role, Matthew served as president of Pratt & Whitney’s Aftermarket business. In this role, Matthew had responsibility for worldwide support of operational Pratt & Whitney and IAE engines. This included engine overhaul centers, part repair centers and material solutions.
Matthew has served in positions of increasing responsibility at the United Technologies Corp. corporate office, Pratt & Whitney, and at Hamilton Sundstrand since joining United Technologies in 2002. Prior to joining Pratt & Whitney, he was vice president of Corporate Strategy and Development for United Technologies Corp., where he led the successful portfolio transformation.
Matthew currently serves on the board of the United Service Organizations of Metropolitan New York and is the executive sponsor of “UTC-4-Vets”, an employee resource group for veteran employees of Pratt & Whitney and United Technologies. Before joining United Technologies, Matthew worked as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs and served five years as a nuclear-trained submarine officer in the U.S. Navy.
Matthew holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physics from the University of California, Berkeley.
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