Pathable was formed in 2007 by a group of people with deep roots in the technology, social networking and event industries. Our managerial and software development experience, forged and honed at companies like Microsoft, Intel and Zillow ensure that our company has a culture of delivering robust, high-quality software on rigorous deadlines. Our social media depth allows us to deliver easy-to-use, valuable and meaningful experiences.
CEO, earned his B.S. from Brown University and his M.S. in Social Psychology from the University of Washington. He spent over 10 years at Microsoft building consumer-focused products, including several versions of Windows and MSN. Most recently, he led the Windows Live on-line photo sharing effort before leaving in 2007 to join Pathable. In addition to making conference experiences better, Jordan has a passion for mobile technologies and indulges his love of community by authoring the Wallingford, Seattle neighborhood blog, Wallyhood. He also leads a team of 60,000 bees in the manufacture and production of a delicious, organic honey.
CTO, has over 10 years of experience in Internet technology, from concept rapid prototyping, architecture to development, deployment to operations, and branding to promotion. He studied Computer Science at the University of Washington and at Tohoku University in Japan. His first company, Messenger9, sold to WideMile and, after a year spent traveling, he joined SuperOyster as Director of Web Development before co-founding Pathable.