President, Commercial Engines & Global Services
Todd Kallman is Pratt & Whitney’s president of Commercial Engines & Global Services. Kallman is responsible for Pratt & Whitney’s portfolio of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) engines and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) services. The business, based on Pratt & Whitney’s unique OEMRO® business model, includes the company’s Global Service Partners and Global Material Solutions offerings.
Kallman joined Pratt & Whitney in July 2006 as president, Commercial Engines. He has been with United Technologies Corporation (UTC), the parent of Pratt & Whitney, since 2001 when he was named vice president, finance and chief financial officer at Hamilton Sundstrand. Before joining Pratt & Whitney, he was vice president, corporate strategy and development at UTC. Under his leadership, UTC completed more than 50 mergers and acquisitions valued at over $8.4 billion, including Rocketdyne by Pratt & Whitney.
Earlier in his career, Kallman spent 14 years at Lockheed Martin Corporation, serving most recently as vice president and controller. Prior to that, he held positions of increasing responsibility since joining the company, including vice president, finance and vice president, business management at Lockheed Aeronautical Systems, then progressing to vice president, finance at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics.
Kallman earned a B.S. in economics in 1978 from California State Polytechnic University.