John Mastrototaro, PhD

John Mastrototaro, PhD, has over 30 years of experience in the medical device industry, leading innovation and bringing new products to the market. Before becoming CEO of Movano Health, he was the COO of Orthosensor, Inc., which was acquired by Stryker (NYSE: SYK). Previously, Mastrototaro spent the majority of his career with Medtronic and MiniMed, where he was instrumental in initiating and leading a series of firsts in the world of diabetes, including the ambulatory continuous glucose monitoring system, the sensor augmented insulin pump and the early generations of the artificial pancreas. During his tenure in Medtronic’s Diabetes division, Mastrototaro held a number of positions, including CTO, VP of R&D and Business Development and Global VP of Clinical Research and Health Affairs. He was also Medtronic’s first VP of Informatics, where he helped develop a corporate strategy for the use of data and analytics to improve healthcare delivery.

Michael Leabman
Founder & CTO
Michael Leabman is an MIT-educated, serial entrepreneur with expertise in airborne reconnaissance for the government. Leabman has founded four RF-based start-ups, and led his last company to IPO. He has over 200 patents issued in smart antenna array for telecom/power. Leabman has brought a team of seasoned engineers, many of whom have worked with him over the past 23 years, to apply their leading-edge expertise to Movano Health's designs.
J. Cogan, CFA
J. Cogan, CFA, brings 24-years of experience on Wall Street to Movano Health. As portfolio manager at Ascend Capital, a multi-billion dollar hedge fund, and senior equity research analyst for Banc of America Securities, he specialized in the consumer, media and technology sectors. At Movano Health, Cogan is charged with overseeing corporate strategy, capital raising and financial planning and analysis. Cogan received a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.
Tyla Bucher

Tyla has more than two decades of experience building global consumer marketing campaigns for top-tier brands. Before Movano Health, she was SVP of Marketing for Hydrow, where she successfully launched the connected rowing company’s first brand campaign, contributing to its impressive revenue growth. Tyla has also held various brand strategy and marketing leadership roles at Hasbro, where she oversaw the development of the company’s first D2C channel, as well as led strategy for a $1.5 billion global entertainment brand. She also served as VP of Brand Marketing at Twentieth Century Fox and was responsible for executing strategic business plans on new release titles and spearheaded the division’s rapid expansion into digital.

Stacy Salvi
VP, Strategy

Stacy has experience leading strategy for partnerships, product development, and company growth, and is passionate about bringing meaningful innovation to wearables in healthcare. Prior to her current role, Stacy was the Head of Strategic Partnerships for Fitbit, where she helped launch nearly 20 products to more than 116 million users, both as an attorney and from within the product team. During her eight years at Fitbit, she also developed deep relationships with key technical partners to bring new features to Fitbit devices and guided strategy for partnerships, including playing a pivotal role in Google’s acquisition of Fitbit.

Kim Tompkins
VP, QRC/Principal Clinical Investigator

Kim is an accomplished executive with over 30 years of experience in quality assurance/quality systems, regulatory affairs, and clinical research, primarily at start-up medical device companies with Class II or Class III products. Throughout her career, she successfully implemented and oversaw regulatory and clinical strategy to secure FDA clearances on 27 medical devices. In addition to being a part of the Movano Health executive leadership team, she is the Principal Clinical Investigator for the Movano Health Clinical Lab, where she conducts IRB-approved clinical studies with human subjects. Kim holds degrees in Nursing and Computer Technology from Purdue University and an MBA from Indiana University.

Michael Soule
VP, Business Development

Michael’s passion for health and wellness was born out of an opportunity to work for BodyMedia, one of the first ever wearable device companies, and since then Michael has held numerous senior leadership roles managing global and national sales, strategic direction and new business development in the health, medical and wearable technology space. Most recently, he was Global Head of Business Development & Partnerships at Bose Health, and before that, he was a part of the leadership team at Weight Watchers Health Solutions, Medtronic, and Philips.  Michael also has a proven track record of moving small to medium size companies to the next level, such as BodyMedia, which was purchased by Jawbone, and Misfit Wearable, which was acquired by Fossil.

Ed Landau
VP, Engineering

Ed has over 25 years of engineering, product development, and team leadership experience. He spent 14 years at Microsoft (WebTV and XBOX), where he gained invaluable experience in design control and concept-to-release for consumer electronics. After Microsoft, he co-founded and led a medical SaaS startup (EMR/EHR) where he built the team and reached HIPAA compliant services within a year. Ed has also worked with health-tech startups such as Livongo Health (now Teladoc), iSono Health, and most recently Pulse Biosciences to lead and align teams for successful product development and release overseeing both hardware and software.