Michael Bridges - Peerless Technologies

444 - 444 E 2nd Street Dayton, 445402 Dayton
Mon, Nov 20, 2017, 12:00 PM (EST)

About this event

Michael Bridges is the Founder & President of Peerless Technologies Corporation. His career in engineering and national security spans over 37 years, the last 20 building Peerless Technologies. With its headquarters in Dayton, Ohio, Peerless has grown into an awarding-winning professional services firm with over 330 employees and nearly $70M in annual sales, since its founding in 2000.

Peerless specializes in Systems Engineering, Cybersecurity and Information Technology, Space and Aerospace, and Innovation and Research support services. Peerless serves federal government clients in Defense, Space, Energy, and Homeland Security. The company was three times voted one of the Best Places to Work in the Dayton, Ohio area; received an Edison Emerging Technology Award from the Governor of Ohio; and was the first tenant and graduate of The Entrepreneur Center, an Ohio Edison Technology Center. Based in Fairborn, Peerless is ISO 9001:2008 certified Quality Management System and Capability Maturity Model Integrated (CMMI) Level 3 assessed software and systems engineering processes.

Today, teams of Peerless engineers and technology professionals work closely with their military and government counterparts to run critical systems and operations. Peerless has a team of 75 supporting engineering, air worthiness, cybersecurity, and other critical systems on the Air Force’s most advanced fighter, the F-22. Peerless also has a team of 130 at NASA’s Glenn Research Center supporting the information systems and security mission in support of GRC’s research, development, engineering, and institutional support activities.

Mr. Bridges has served on boards at Aileron and The Entrepreneur Center in Dayton. He was appointed by Gov. John Kasich to a nine-year term on the Wright State University (WSU) Board of Trustees in 2012, where he presently serves and served as Chair from 2015-2017. He also serves on the Dayton Development Coalition Board of Trustees. He has been an active member of the region’s technical and business community since graduating from WSU’s Systems Engineering program in 1981.

Michael and his wife of 37 years Marcia, a licensed professional counselor, reside in Beavercreek, Ohio. They have two grown children, Andrea Kunk and David Bridges, and six grandchildren.



Monday, Nov 20
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)


444 E 2nd Street Dayton445402