About Ekso Bionics
around the globe
for the last 15 years
Since 2005, Ekso Bionics has used exoskeleton technology to enhance natural abilities and improve quality of life. We are the leading exoskeleton company to offer technologies that help those with paralysis to stand up and walk, enhance worker capabilities globally, and provide research for the advancement of R&D projects intended to benefit U.S. defense capabilities.
We use technology to empower human mobility
Our mission is to amplify human motion by enhancing strength, endurance, and mobility across medical and industrial applications with advanced robotics.
Mr. Davis has served as the Chief Executive Officer of Ekso Bionics since December 2022. Previously he served as Ekso’s President and COO since 2022 and joined the company as Executive Vice President of Strategy and Corporate Development in 2021. Mr. Davis has more than two decades of worldwide executive leadership success in fast growing, high-tech companies; building scalability, fostering common culture, and driving sustained commercial performance.
Jerome joined Ekso Bionics in January 2016. He brings more than 20 years of experience to this role focusing on high technology and life sciences in public companies. Jerome lives in Sausalito with his wife and two kids. When he’s not spending time with the family, he will be seen kitesurfing in the San Francisco Bay or shredding the powder in Tahoe.
Jason has spent his career building products, technology, and companies across multiple industries including medical devices, industrial automation, semiconductors, and solar energy. Along the way he stopped by Wall Street for a cup of coffee. Jason is a proud native Californian and has spent his entire adult life in and around Berkeley, where he currently lives with his family of 4.
Chwee Foon Lim has more than 20 years of international experience in Healthcare & Life Science sector, having worked and lived across major geographies as Asia, Europe and the Americas. Prior to joining Ekso Bionics, she was Head of Healthcare for The Linde Group, Asia Pacific, where she led the Healthcare business growth for Asia.
Stephan has 15 years of experience with medical devices like eye health care or gastroenterology. He is a team enabler and innovative thinking leader. “The reason why I joined 2017 is still the same why I love this company today: the endless potential, the inspiring mission and the incredible talented team is why I cannot think of a better place to be these days.”
Anthony Pratt has experience working with advanced robotic technology and leading high performing teams in the startup/small company arena. He believes the passion to get behind a technology that not only solves a problem for Hospitals but that has maximum patient value is the key ingredient to success.
Mike is a physical therapist, neurological clinical specialist with a career focus in acquired brain injury. In clinical practice, advanced technologies were always of interest and the opportunity to join Ekso in 2012 was an exciting path to bring robotics into standard clinical practice.
Rachael joined Ekso Bionics in 2015 because of her belief in the mission to drive Ekso to standard of care for all patients that need it. She enjoyed 10 years of medical and capital sales but as of January 2021 took her experience and knowledge to lead Global Marketing and Strategic Growth for Ekso Bionics. When she’s not spreading the word about healthcare robotics she can be found enjoying the great outdoors with her husband and dog, Emmy.
Ann joined Ekso Bionics in April 2022 as our Human Resources Director. Ann brings over 20 years of experience leading companies in their strategic HR Capital initiatives. She has worked for companies such as Accenture, Fireman’s Fund, Convergys, and ZipRealty, as well as smaller companies in a variety of industries. In recent years, Ann has been consulting with Robert Half and independently for small to mid-sized companies designing and delivering HR business models.
From the earliest days of the medical exoskeleton work, Katie could be found working on software and testing human machine interface concepts. Her favorite part of the job, however, has always been meeting and getting input from the people who Ekso. When she’s not programming, she can be found biking, bagpiping, or backpacking.