Jonathon Feit, M.B.A., M.A. ::: Co-Founder & Chief Executive

Jonathon has presented or delivered papers and posters at the International Roundtable on Community Paramedicine, the Health Technology Forum, Intelligent Health AI, the Society of Trauma Nurses TraumaCon, the Arizona Rural Health Conference, the Northwestern Arkansas Trauma Symposium, the South Carolina EMS Symposium, the Kentucky EMS LINKS Conference, Health 2.0, the mHealth Summit, Harvard in Tech, the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health, the Skolkovo Foundation (Moscow), and Young Inventors International. He is a member of the National Press Club whose publications list that includes,, Mediabistro, Advertising Age, 944 L.A., EMS World, and The Health Care Blog. He is a columnist for JEMS: the Journal of Emergency Medical Services and EMS Director Magazine.

Jonathon has Tourette’s Syndrome and is passionate about advocating on behalf of people with disabilities. Concurrent with his professional activities, and following a short term in the U.S. Army Reserve, he engaged in scholarly research on the etiology and treatment of psychiatric disorders including Post-Traumatic Stress. He has published papers before the Online Journal of Public Health Informatics (2021), the World Congress of Psychosomatic Medicine (2009) and the American Academy of Religion (2004), and edited a textbook chapter on the pharmacological treatment of epilepsy. Jonathon holds an MBA from Carnegie Mellon's Tepper School of Business, and a Combined BA/MA cum laude in “Psychology, Religion, and Conflict Negotiations” from Boston University. He earned graduate certificates in Mediation from the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine School of Law, and in Entrepreneurship Development from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Chris Witt, M.B.A. ::: Co-Founder / President & CTO

Chris oversees internal corporation operations, financial modeling and planning, and various technical functions including GUI and CDA/CCDA implementation. Chris began his career as an engineer working in computer-related fields pertaining to semiconductor devices, Internet applications, custom software, and custom hardware, and he has a variety of technical roles at two startups and several blue-chip companies including Hewlett-Packard, Northrop Grumman, and Boeing Corporation, where he occupied escalating program management roles. Among Chris's technical specialties is the acquisition and processing of simultaneous complex data streams: at Boeing, he developed several multi-million dollar augmented reality systems that integrate input data from up to 15 separate sensors to increase combat awareness for soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. The development of one of these systems, a wire detection system for helicopters, led to the acquisition of a billion-dollar contract from the U.S. gov’t in 2005.

Following this success, in 2007 he was named program manager of a new Boeing initiative and led his team to receive a $25 million grant to invest in the development of unmanned aerial vehicles. During business school at Carnegie Mellon University, Chris worked on the team responsible for the integration of National City Bank payment products into PNC Bank. At Beyond Lucid Technologies, in addition to being principally responsible for the company's forward-looking financial statements and enterprise resource planning, he oversees the engineering department. Chris holds a BS degree in Computer Engineering from Brigham Young University, and an MBA from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. 

Art Groux, BS, EMT-P ::: Evangelist for Innovation

Art Groux is Beyond Lucid Technologies's first Evangelist for Innovation, and a Consultant for The Braintrust of Fire & EMS Technologists.  He is Executive Director of the Bennington Rescue Squad (Bennington, Vermont), one of Vermont’s largest public health and safety agencies. He was previously chief of EMS for the Suffield Volunteer Ambulance Association near Hartford, Connecticut, and Emergency Management Director for the town of Suffield and the president of the Connecticut EMS Chiefs Association. Chief Groux has served myriad EMS providers including American Medical Response (AMR), where he was the Operations Manager for Western Massachusetts. He served as medical director in Enfield, CT, where he also initiated a new EMS service. Previously, he served with New York City Emergency Medical Services and the Magen David Adom in Jerusalem in Jerusalem and the West Bank of Israel.

Chief Groux holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Emergency Medical Services Management from Springfield College, and among other professional credentials, he received a Certificate in WMD for EMS and WMD Hands on Training from the US Department of Homeland Security, Center for Domestic Preparedness, and a certificate in Medical Response to Chemical Warfare and Terrorism from the United States Army Medical Command.


R. Bruce Graham, NREMT-P ::: Director of Operations (2014-2017)

Bruce Graham was Director of Operations at Beyond Lucid Technologies from June 2014 until his untimely passing, due to ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease), in 2017. His impact on the company was transformative: he started his career with BLT as an independent sales executive, but within a year his role expanded to include training, new agency on-boarding, corporate operational functions, and promotion of the company's social media presence.

Prior to joining BLT, Bruce delivered effective leadership as a key member of Ohio-based Hudson Medical Services, initially serving as a volunteer driver, EMT and a paramedic for 7 years, and then taking on subsequent roles as the city’s operations manager. He final role with the department was Director of EMS. Earlier in his career, Bruce worked as a medical administrator for onsite occupational health programs, and founded an entrepreneurial venture. He was a member of the National EMS Managers Association (NEMSMA), a founding member of the International Association Emergency Medical Services Chiefs (IAEMSC), and VP/a founder of the Ohio EMS Chief’s Assn.

He is missed.