The Leadership Team at Catalyst OrthoScience

Brian K. Hutchison
Chairman & CEO

Brian K. Hutchison is chairman and CEO of Catalyst OrthoScience Inc. He is a seasoned veteran of the healthcare industry, with more than 30 years of experience in medical devices, biotechnology and orthopedics. He has successfully led healthcare companies from start up to sustained, profitable growth with expertise in operations management, product development, turnaround strategy, team leadership and revenue growth.

Prior to Catalyst, Hutchison served 15 years as CEO of RTI Surgical Inc. (NASDAQ: RTIX). At RTI Surgical, he grew annual revenue from $55 million to $300 million, positioning the company as a leader in advanced biologic products. As CEO, Hutchison successfully merged RTI Surgical with Tutogen Medical in 2008 and in 2013 acquired Pioneer Surgical Technologies. Over his tenure, he secured multiple rounds of financing that included a $25.8 million investment in 2002 and a $22.2 million investment in 2005.

Before RTI Surgical, Hutchison held various positions at Stryker Corporation, including serving as vice president of worldwide product development and distribution, senior vice president and chief operation officer of the Howmedica Osteonics Division and president of the Stryker Medical Division.

Hutchison serves on the boards of directors of Zavation Medical Products and the University of Florida Research Foundation.He received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Grand Valley State University and attended Harvard Business School’s Program for Management.

Steven S. Goldberg, M.D.
Founder & Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Steven S. Goldberg is the Founder & Chief Medical Officer of Catalyst OrthoScience. He is a board certified orthopedic surgeon and is the Chief of the Division of Orthopedic Surgery at Physicians Regional Healthcare System in Naples. He is the lead author on several research articles including the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, the leading journal in the orthopedic field. He received his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of Virginia and his medical degree from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. Dr. Goldberg completed a fellowship in Shoulder Surgery and Sports Medicine at Columbia University in New York City. Founded by Dr. Charles Neer, who is known as the “father of modern shoulder surgery,” this is the nation’s oldest and most prestigious shoulder fellowship.
Cameron Rubino
Chief Financial Officer

Cameron Rubino is the chief financial officer of Catalyst OrthoScience Inc. He has more than 20 years’ experience in public accounting and financial leadership, including being CFO of a venture capital firm and a venture-backed medical device company.

Before coming to Catalyst, Rubino served as CFO for Lianda Corporation, a privately-owned distributor of specialty polymers and chemicals. Prior to Lianda, Rubino was the CFO at OrthoHelix Surgical Designs Inc., a venture-backed medical device company that grew from $1 million to nearly $30 million in sales in five years, before the company was sold for over $135 million. Previously, Rubino served as controller then CFO of venture capital firm Crystal Ventures.

Rubino graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Akron and is a Certified Public Accountant. He is a member of the Private Equity CFO Association and the American Institute of CPAs.

Joseph Condon
Chief Operating Officer

Joe Condon is Chief Operating Officer of Catalyst OrthoScience Inc. He is a seasoned veteran in the medical device industry with more than 30 years of experience in orthopedics. He has successfully led the two largest orthopedic manufacturing operations in the world, building high performance teams and leveraging his expertise in profitable growth, operations, quality system management, product development, supply chain management and cost reductions.

Prior to Catalyst, Condon held various executive level operations leadership positions for Zimmer Holdings, RTI Surgical Inc. and Stryker Corporation. In addition, Condon build a successful management consulting practice and co-led a technology start-up company in the medical device space.

Condon received an MBA in Operations Management from the Illinois Institute of Technology and a bachelor’s degree in engineering from The University of Illinois at Chicago.

Dale Davison
Senior Vice President of Manufacturing & Product Development
Dale Davison is the Senior Vice President of Manufacturing and Product Development for Catalyst Orthoscience. Recently, he was the Vice President of Engineering for NextStep Arthropedix, and Integra Spine that was previously Theken Spine. Prior to Theken Spine he spent 21 years at DePuy Orthopedics (a Johnson & Johnson Co.) in various R&D functions and has product development experience in total joints, trauma, spine, sports medicine and general instrumentation. Dale has a Master’s Degree in Business and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Bob Jacobs
Vice President of Sales
Bob Jacobs was named vice president of sales in October 2018. He has been with Catalyst since February 2018, joining as the regional sales director for the central U.S. region. He has 15 years’ experience in sales and sales management in surgical and medical devices, with a focus on working in highly competitive markets and bringing new technologies to market. Jacobs was at RTI Surgical Inc. for six years leading sales in the central U.S. region, as well as serving as the interim vice president of sales for the sports franchise prior to joining Catalyst. Previously, he held a variety of sales roles from companies like MedShape, Covidien and Team Surgical Inc. He has a bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis. and studied at the Loyola University Chicago Rome Center in Rome, Italy.
Brent Narkiewicz
Vice President of Marketing
Brent Narkiewicz was named vice president of marketing in June 2018. He joined the company as a member of the sales team in March 2017, bringing with him more than 15 years’ experience in product management and sales management in medical devices. Prior to Catalyst, Narkiewicz worked with RTI Surgical, where he worked almost 12 years in a variety of roles in marketing and sales in sports and surgical specialties. Previous to RTI, he was at BioMet Microfixation in product management. Narkiewicz has a bachelor’s degree in finance and international business from Penn State University and a master’s degree in business administration from University of Florida.