Thomas Dannenhoffer

Senior Advisor

SRT Consulting, Founder

Successful Business Owner and Operator.

Survivability Subject Matter Expert

Business Development and Relationship Leader

Tom is a founder of SRT Consulting.  During its 20+ years existence Tom has consulted on many high-level classified projects for Fortune 50 companies and Government Agencies in the areas of aircraft design, stealth integration, Survivability Technology, management, operations, business development, strategic and tactical planning. Tom has worked with industry leaders such as Northrop Grumman, Rolls Royce, General Atomics, Leidos, SAIC, Lockheed Martin, Kaman Aerospace, and AVX Aircraft.

In 2023 Tom joined Entropy Technology Design as Senior Advisor, supporting DOD Business Development, Commercialization, JV’s and acquisition and Program Management.

Also, in 2023, Tom was nominated and confirmed in the Golden Triangle Organization of Tampa, St Pete and Clearwater.  GTO is a collection of local business and Governmental leaders fostering goodwill among the community.

In 2022 Tom started a hobby business with his wife Janet breeding, training, competing, and leasing and selling hunter jumper horses.

In 2023 Tom started a new business with his partner Jake restoring, refurbishing, and flipping houses.

In 2022 Tom was selected to chair a NATO study group focusing on Aircraft Survivability for NATO’s current and next generation rotorcraft.

Also, in 2022, Tom liquidated his holdings in a long standing family real estate holding company, owning and operating a series of Self Storage facilities and a small weekly hotel.

Prior to SRT Consulting, Tom served as Chief Operating Officer of a small manufacturing company.  During his 3 years he transformed the company from a small start up to a well-run, well managed entity.

At SGI, he spearheaded the initiative to build a High-Performance Computing (HPC) Application Service Provider (ASP) business, which was subsequently sold to SimUtility, Inc.

Prior to SGI, Tom was a leading executive with United Technologies Corp. (UTC) serving as the Director of Special Programs and Technology for Sikorsky Aircraft responsible for Low Observables (LO), Susceptibility and Vulnerability, and Crashworthiness of all Sikorsky Aircrafts military and civil aircrafts.  Tom’s career at UTC spanned nearly 20 years in various management and technical management capacities. 

He started his career with UTC in 1982, after leaving Lycoming, now a division of Honeywell Corp., as an Advanced Propulsion Analyst developing propulsion solutions for Comanche and other advanced rotorcraft concepts. 


Tom has published several technical papers and is the holder of several patents.  Tom holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of New Haven (1981), a Master in Management from The Hartford Graduate Center (1995) and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1997).