Hi! I’m Na’Tosha. Thanks for stopping by.
I started my career years ago as a software developer. Nowadays I spend my time working as a technology leader and a mentor. Over the course of my career so far, I’ve head the pleasure of working on what seems like everything from low-level device-driver development to end-user applications to development tools to cloud services . . . and what seems like most things in between. I’ve also had the pleasure to be responsible for leading teams and organizations through challenging shifts in company structure, changes in goals and mission, and evolution of company culture. The more experience I’ve gained, the more I’ve realized that building great teams and driving them to build great tech lets me do way more than I could ever do on my own. I believe that hard technology problems are solved by making sure the best people are found and set up for success. On an organizational level, I believe businesses thrive when there is common understanding between the technical and commercial parts of the organization.
I try hard to be a good example for other women in tech and I work to empower other women to find their own path to creating technology.
I am originally from the USA; I grew up in Texas and then moved to Florida for for a few years after graduating from Texas Tech University in 2007. In 2010, my husband and I moved to Copenhagen, Denmark and we’ve been here ever since. For just under a decade, I worked at Unity Technologies as a tech leader in R&D. For the last few years, I have worked at KMD, where I currently work as Chief Technology Officer, focusing on both the Technology Strategy for KMD Group, and also bringing technical insight into the business strategy as part of KMD’s top management team.
I have been married for several years to my husband, Levi, and we have two young sons. We also have one cat named Ruby.