Strategic Partner – Todd Kallman joined Battle Investment Group as a Strategic Partner in 2020. In this role, Todd supports the Firm’s aerospace efforts across partner company governance and strategic planning, as well as investment sourcing, assessment and due diligence.

Todd brings deep aerospace industry experience:

  • Pratt & Whitney – Todd joined Pratt and Whitney in July 2006 as President of its Commercial Engines division before retiring in September of 2013. He was responsible for Pratt & Whitney’s portfolio of Original Equipment Manufacturer engines and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul services. The Commercial Engines division, based on Pratt & Whitney’s unique OEMRO® business model, includes the company’s Global Service Partners and Global Material Solutions Offerings.
  • United Technologies Corporation (“UTC”) – Todd joined UTC in 2001 as Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Development. Under his leadership, UTC completed more than fifty mergers and acquisitions valued at over $8.4 billion, including the acquisition of Rocketdyne by Pratt & Whitney.
  • Dell Computer – prior to UTC, Todd served Dell Computer as Vice President of Finance for its World Wide Home and Small Business group.
  • Lockheed Martin – Earlier in his career, Todd spent fourteen years with Lockheed Martin Corporation, serving most recently as Vice President and Controller. Prior to that, he held positions of increasing responsibility with the company, including Vice President of Finance and Vice President of Business Management at Lockheed Aeronautical Systems, then progressing to Vice President of Finance at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics.

Todd has served on the boards of directors of StandardAero, TechJet Airfoils Limited and Dent Wizard. He currently is on the Board and Treasurer of The Wings Club Foundation and Airlink, both non-profit organizations. Todd earned his C.P.A. certification while working for Arthur Young. He earned a B.S. in economics from California State Polytechnic University where he graduated Phi Kappa Phi.