At Pratt & Whitney, Kevin currently leads various strategic military initiatives across programs, planning organizations, engineering disciplines, and module centers.  Prior to joining Pratt & Whitney, Kevin spent the previous 13 years in the medical device industry.  Kevin has held various Research and Development and Product Development positions working on products such as permanent implants for the cardiovascular system and a single-use water-jet surgical instrument.  Kevin started his career after graduating from Stanford University in 1995 at Hewlett-Packard as a Design Engineer working on Inkjet cartridges in Corvallis, OR.  In 1997, Kevin transferred internally to H-P to Andover, MA to work on the HeartStart MRx defibrillator.  After a few years and several transitions to H-P, Kevin moved onto Thoratec Corporation as a Project Lead Engineer to work on the HeartMate XVE LVADs.  After receiving his MBA in 2005, Kevin transitioned to Smith & Nephew as a Senior Project Engineer working on their Versajet product line.  In 2008, Kevin decided to move his family from the greater Boston area back to Western Mass.  At the same time, Kevin was able to transition his R&D work at S&N to a small contract manufacturer called Vaupell as a Program Manager working on various medical products, including the VersaJet.

Kevin currently holds 4 patents (1 personal) and received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Trinity College, Hartford, CT in 1993, his Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA in 1995, and his Master of Business from Babson College, Babson Park, MA in 2005.