that today’s dreamers are tomorrow’s change-makers.
We are on a mission to equip them with technology that empowers them to grow movements, reach new heights and enact lasting change. However, even the most sophisticated technology can fall short if it isn’t built upon an understanding of how humans make decisions.
all of our creations are rooted in Behavioral Economics – the study of human decision making. We leverage these science-backed theories to bridge the gap between the human and the digital world, allowing us to provide change-makers with the tools they need to dream bigger.
Nate blends behavioral economics, design and technology to help social innovators move people to action. As a co-founder of Creative Science, his team empowers social innovators to dream bigger by creating digital experiences, which at their core are human experiences.
Prior to Creative Science, he was a team member at the Startup America Partnership, a nonprofit led by Steve Case to help build entrepreneurial communities through the US. He geeks out about technology and the ways it can motivate people to do good. Nate has been featured in Forbes, Huffington Post, and Inc. Magazine.
Will has a passion for technology and the ways in which it can change the world. He is a highly-skilled solutions architect and applies his wealth of experience and ingenuity to construct seamless, elegant technical solutions from seemingly disparate and disconnected parts.
Prior to leading Creative Science Labs, Will served as the VP of Interactive Strategies for The Case Foundation (family foundation of Jean and Steve Case). While there, Will oversaw the Foundation’s technical platform and provided direction and support for the Foundation’s nationally renowned Be Fearless campaign. Will was also instrumental in spearheading the strategy and build of the Startup America Partnership platform, which attracted over 15,000 member organizations and 70,000 users, totaling $7.7 billion in annual revenue.
Josh Behshad started Creative Science Labs as a side project over a decade ago. Since that time, he has grown Creative Science Labs into a thriving business, due in large part to his extensive experience building teams and expertise in web strategy, design, and development.
Prior to Creative Science Labs, Josh was V.P. of Digital Media at the Muscular Dystrophy Association and served as Creative Director for the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau (AZ).