December 6, 2019 | by

Joe Korngiebel Joins PulsePoint Foundation Board

PulsePoint Pioneer and Innovation Technology Executive Joins PulsePoint Foundation Board

PLEASANTON, Calif., December 6, 2019 – The PulsePoint Foundation today announced that Joe Korngiebel has joined the Foundation’s Board. PulsePoint, an innovator of applications that work with local public safety agencies to improve communications with citizens and professional emergency responders, strives to make it much easier for citizens who are trained in CPR to use their life-saving skills to do just that…save lives!

Joe Korngiebel is an enterprise technology executive that has driven innovation and growth in the software industry for more than 20 years. Most recently, Joe served as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Workday where he led the strategic direction of the company’s technology. Prior to the CTO role at Workday, Joe was senior vice president of experience technology and design, where he led strategy and development for Workday’s user experience and mobile technology. During his tenure, Joe also founded Workday Labs, the company’s center for research and innovation – and home to the “Code for Good” PulsePoint initiative.

“Mr. Korngiebel was an early evangelist of PulsePoint, heading the technical team at Workday Labs that first created the app,” said Matt Stamey, Board Chairman of the California-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit PulsePoint Foundation. “He not only brings incredible technical experience and a rich understanding of software development, but he also has a sincere passion for our mission of engaging communities and saving lives.”

Joe holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and computer science from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

“I love what the PulsePoint team has accomplished to-date,” Korngiebel said. “And I look forward to working with the PulsePoint Board and management team to help drive their compelling life-saving vision and mission forward.”

About the PulsePoint Foundation
PulsePoint is a 501(c)(3) public non-profit foundation based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Through the use of location-aware mobile devices, PulsePoint is building applications that work with local public safety agencies to improve communications with citizens and professional emergency responders, increase civic engagement and encourage the community to help reduce the millions of annual deaths from sudden cardiac arrest. Learn more at pulsepoint.org or join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. The free app is available for download on the App Store and Google Play.

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