As soon as Nat Fuller joined the Dynepic team as our Chief Architect for MOTAR, it felt as if he’d always been here.
With a career path that has taken him across commercial, state, and federal government agencies - including working as a computer scientist and technologies for the Intelligence Community (IC), the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (OUSD), and Chief Digital & Artificial Intelligence Office (CDAO)) on Zero Trust (ZT), Machine Learning (ML), and Artificial Intelligence (AI) research, Data Aggregation, and Cyber-related challenges - you could say Nat knows his way around.
Equally impressive are Nat’s credentials. To date, Nat holds a Doctorate in Computer Information Systems (CIS), a Master in CIS from Nova Southeastern University (NSU), a Master in Aeronautical Science, a Bachelor of Science in Management of Technical Operations from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU), and a Bachelor of Science in CIS from Saint Leo University. He is also a Certified Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) professional, a Certified SAFe 4 Agilist, a Certified Data Management Professional (CDMP), a Certified Information Security Specialist (CISS), and a Certified Data Archive Professional (CDAP).
When, you might ask, does he sleep?!?
“Having kids was the BEST thing for me,” he shared with a smile. “It slows you down, and you gain real perspective.”
Even so, Nat’s curiosity and passion for learning still seem to outpace most. With a current focus on XR streaming capabilities and cross-domain innovation at Dynepic, Nat hit the ground running from day one.
“The innovative nature of Dynepic immediately drew me to the role. This company is exploring disruptive capabilities and game-changing technologies that will shape future efforts in human performance, Artificial Intelligence (AI), knowledge management, training, Virtual Reality (VR), and Extended Reality (XR),” Nat explained. “I had to get involved.”
Nat’s passion for helping create a better future also extends to his time outside of his role at Dynepic. As an adjunct professor/researcher at Purdue University (Global), Nat works closely with students on research problems and projects related to predictive analysis and cyber security.
His most important job of all is, of course, being a husband and dad. Married for nearly two decades, Nat and his wife have two kids whom he coaches in competitive swimming and spends every possible minute with.