Executive Profiles

Matthew Bromberg, Military Engines President at Pratt & Whitney

Matthew Bromberg,

Division President,

Pratt & Whitney

Matthew Bromberg, Military Engines President at Pratt & Whitney

Matthew Bromberg is the president of military engines at Pratt & Whitney. He has been with the Raytheon Technologies-owned manufacturer since 2013.

As military engines president, Bromberg is responsible for the development, production and support of the company’s military engine offerings like the F119 and F135. The F119 is installed on the F-22 jet fighter while the F135 is equipped on the F-35 Lightning II. He also oversees Pratt & Whitney’s military auxiliary power unit portfolio and small engine business. He was the president of P&W’s aftermarket business before handling his current leadership position, according to his LinkedIn profile.

He started his career in 2000 as an associate at Goldman Sachs. He joined United Technologies Corp. in 2002 as director of corporate strategy and development. He moved to P&W in 2004 as vice president of group strategy and development and was later promoted to VP and general manager of the company’s Global Materials Solutions segment. He then served in leadership positions at Hamilton Sundstrand and again at UTC before finally settling at P&W.

Bromberg served for five years in the U.S. Navy as a lieutenant on USS Boston.

The industry veteran holds a master’s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management and a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley.

Pratt & Whitney designs and builds aircraft engines for military, commercial and general aviation purposes. It makes engines for high-speed jet fighters, commercial airlines and helicopters. It also manufactures APUs.

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