Danielle Curcio

Danielle Curcio

Vice President, Engineering

Danielle Curcio is vice president of Engineering for Raytheon, a business of RTX that specializes in integrated air and missile defense, advanced sensors, space-based systems, hypersonics, effectors and cyber solutions. In this role, she is responsible for overseeing a team of 27,000 world-class engineers innovating new technologies and enhancing existing capabilities that align to our customers’ priorities across Raytheon’s eight strategic business units. 

Curcio brings more than 25 years of engineering, technology development and program experience to this position.

Most recently, Curcio served as corporate vice president of Engineering for Raytheon Technologies. With responsibility for engineering operations across the company, she managed program execution; talent development; and engineering processes, tools and practices in support of the company’s growth strategy and dedication to continuous improvement.

Previously, she was the vice president of Engineering for Raytheon Missiles & Defense. She managed all engineering activities pertaining to the design and integration of air and missile defense systems, precision weapons, radars, command and control systems, and advanced defense technologies.

Before the merger of Raytheon Company and United Technologies Corporation, she served four years as vice president of Engineering for Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems and held roles of increasing responsibility across Raytheon and Corporate, including chief software engineer for Raytheon.

Curcio holds a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree, both in mathematics, from the State University of New York at Buffalo.