Chief Experience Officer
Organizational design: Going from features to experiences
Nate started his first company in 2004 where he revolutionized medical evacuation with Paraslyde. Stryker Medical acquired Paramed in 2009 and Nate led global R&D at their emergency services division.
In 2011, Nate left Stryker to build Brightface, a product development company that focused on mobile and web applications. Cycleface was one of those products and was acquired by Strava, the #1 fitness app for endurance athletes.
Nate then became the Chief of Research and Innovation at Tanner Labs, where he built OC Tanners first human-centered product development team.
Nate currently serves as the Chief Experience Officer for Pluralsight, the largest providers of online technology learning, where he built a user centered product team, and oversees Product Management, Development, Content, and Product Marketing.
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