- Joe V. Travez
- Co-founder and CEO
- Italo D. Travez
- Founder and COO
- Stephen L. Appleton
- Carl J. Wallace
- CEO, T Worx Ventures
- Benjamin F. Feldman
- Chief Technology Officer
- Joseph P. Brady
- EVP Business Development
- Donald A. McLaughlin
- Business Development, Director of Government Labs Technology Transfer
- John B. Lynch
- Director of Sales and Marketing
- Larry L. Dunham
- PPI Aerospace VP and Division Manager
- Robert L. Thibodeau
- Director of Product Development
- Terry B. Hadley
- Director of Core Services, Director of University Technology Transfer
Benjamin F. Feldman
Chief Technology Officer
"Itís very important that our projects make a positive impact."
As Chief Technology Officer, there is no individual with a wider understanding of PPI's technology initiatives than Ben Feldman. Mr. Feldman has been with the company since 1995, not long after its inception. In that time he has supported the full range of science and engineering projects in PPI's portfolio. With his broad knowledge and expertise, Mr. Feldman is able to develop crossover concepts and solutions from multiple industries.
Mr. Feldman first met PPI founder Italo Travez through their work in the University Solar Car competition while attending George Washington University for a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering. The two worked closely on GW’s entry and found they shared the same guiding principle that manufacturing and design must be tightly integrated. In his years with PPI, Mr. Feldman has driven design and production of the company's most significant projects including baggage inspection systems, a GPS-guided airdrop delivery system for the US army, and a range of surgical simulators capable of training doctors in a variety of procedures.
"We nurture creative solutions that meet a broad range of challenges."
Mr. Feldman’s expertise has helped guide PPI through every stage of its growth. Resourcefulness and experience with a variety of solutions has allowed him to coordinate and lead the rest of the team effectively. Mr. Feldman has a creative desire to continuously learn, adapt and contibute to the development of others. His example shows the PPI model at work, fostering a culture of innovation and creativity where an inspired heart and mind can thrive.