Leadership Team


William Kirkpatrick, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, CCRN, CSCS

Mr. Kirkpatrick leads technology innovation, product development, and business development. Prior to Tactile VR, William worked as an ICU RN, nursing supervisor, and nursing educator. With his experience, he was able to view healthcare in many different aspects and identify education opportunities towards improving the desperate need of more healthcare workers and education solutions. He is experienced in software development applications that allow VR application creation. He has worked with several software developers that are experienced in VR development fields using Unreal Engine and Unity software. Previously, William initiated and collaborated with other developers to finish a virtual hospital room that allows complete interaction within the environment. William is also the CEO of a nutraceutical company that serves the health and wellness of various communities. His responsibility is alike in regard to leading business development and product creation. He recently completed his graduate program to earn his degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP). 


Foster Sayers III, Esq.  


Mr. Foster J. Sayers III, Esq. leads business operations, corporate strategy, and fundraising. Foster is a corporate attorney with fifteen years of experience, coming primarily in information technology. At Pramata Corporation, Foster was General Counsel & Chief Evangelist where he oversees all legal affairs of the company and shares his expertise on contract drafting, management, and negotiations. Foster regularly publishes articles and speaks on legal and technology topics. Prior to Pramata, Foster was Corporate Counsel for Vertafore, Inc. where he implemented best practices for leading private equity firms Bain Capital and Vista Equity Partners. Prior to Vertafore, Foster was General Counsel for a joint-venture, Vertex Railcar Corporation. Prior to Vertex , Foster was the General Counsel, CEO and Co-Founder of AgileQR, a company that he co-founded, raised over $800,000 in funding for and obtained three patents on the company’s technology.