Danielle Feldman
Philadelphia Office

1735 Market Street
21st Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103-7505

P: 215-772-7224
F: 215-731-3770


Danielle Feldman is Montgomery McCracken’s Operations Manager and a technical specialist in the firm’s Intellectual Property Department. She has extensive knowledge in a wide variety of mechanical engineering fields including industrial, healthcare, and consumer industries.

Dani has designed products ranging from semiconductor ion implanters to small scale valves, fitness trackers and medical devices. Additionally, Dani was a critical team member on a toilet design project backed by Bill Gates.

Her specific experience includes: implementing engineering principles to solve complicated design challenges; designing, prototyping and assembling components and multi-part assemblies for advanced manufacturing processes including injection molding, thermoforming, welding, machining, and sheet metal forming; creating and maintaining detailed 2D and 3D project documentation through manufacturing handoff using Pro Engineer and Solidworks; analyzing components and assemblies using Autodesk Simulation, Ansys, and Solidworks Simulation for electrostatic, static, modal, and thermal analyses; completing the full ECO process, releasing BOMs and components into production for regulated systems; and assisting in Human Factors research studies and testing for new product launches.

Dani is a certified Project Management Professional and Solidworks Professional. She is named on three patents/applications:  WO2016141082A1, WO2017177094A3, and US8841631B1.

Prior to joining Montgomery McCracken, Dani worked as both a Program Manager and Mechanical Engineer at a product design and development firm, a Product Development Engineer at a global pharmaceutical company, and a Mechanical Engineer at a global semiconductor corporation.

Academic Achievements

Dani earned both her Bachelor of Engineering and Master of Engineering in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Cornell University.