November 17, 2016—Foot Levelers is thrilled to welcome Nash Jovanovic to its growing team. As director of international business development, Nash will help bring Foot Levelers’ research-proven custom-made orthotics and other wellness products to healthcare professionals around the world, with a special focus on Europe and Asia. Foot Levelers currently has offices in Canada, Australia, and customers in over 70 countries, in addition to its headquarters in Roanoke, Virginia.
A native of Chicago, Nash brings to the team a breadth of experience in operational excellence, team leadership and sales, both “stateside” and abroad. In his previous role as software sales manager for NNG Software, he worked across North America, Asia, and Europe to develop application-based navigation solutions for companies in financial services, staffing, automotive and more. Nash was part of a global team that helped NNG become Europe’s fastest growing company in 2014. He began his career with The Royal Bank of Canada.
Nash holds a B.A. in Economics from Indiana University at Bloomington. In addition to English, he speaks excellent Serbo-Croatian and is building his skills in Spanish. Nash was married this year to Dunja, an architect from Novi Sad, Serbia. The two will reside in Belgrade, Serbia’s capital.
“Low back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide,” said Kent S. Greenawalt, Foot Levelers’ CEO. “With Nash in our corner, we can help more Chiropractors and allied health professionals tackle this epidemic with our custom-made functional orthotics, which are research-proven to help reduce pain, improve biomechanics and fortify the Chiropractic adjustment.”
“I’m excited to further Foot Levelers’ mission of helping patients lead healthier, happier lives,” said Nash. “Foot Levelers has more research than any other orthotic company in the world, and a 64- year track record of serving its partners with excellence,” he added. “I’m also impressed with the company’s passion for helping providers be successful, and I look forward to being a part of that.”
Source: Foot Levelers