The Team


Prior to the launch of Kituuma & Company LLC, Nathan worked as a professional Engineer, working on a  social impact projects and programs whenever possible. Nathan graduated with a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology in 2010 and is a licensed Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma.  His background includes 12 years of experience working in the Boston medical device, manufacturing, and aviation industries. He has worked in various roles including Senior Technical Buyer, Mechanical Design Engineer, Manufacturing Process Engineer, Quality Inspector, and  Documentation Engineer.

In 2016, Nathan decided to follow his passion to give back to the community, founding Boston STEM Squad (BOSSquad).  Part of the Boston chapter of the National Society of Black Engineer's Pre-Collegiate Initiative, BOSSquad works directly with high school and middle school students to provide  mentoring, career exploration, hands-on activities and job shadowing opportunities. Leveraging his talents, experience and extensive professional network in STEM related careers, Nathan founded BOSSquad with the urgent purpose of helping close the opportunity gap in the STEM fields by using his enthusiasm, determination and resources to encourage and support underrepresented minority students in seeking a STEM related career. Kituuma & Company allows Nathan to use his unique skill set and pursue his passion as well.


Nathan has been married for 5 years and in his free time, he enjoys playing soccer, hiking, golfing, and spending time with his family and friends. Nathan is currently pursuing an MBA from Bentley University in Waltham, MA while managing Kituuma & Co., LLC.


Aubrielle Kituuma makes her foray into the private sector as the Managing Partner for Kituuma & Company, bringing with her more than 10 years of experience in the public sector. She has extensive experience working with youth and adults to improve behavioral outcomes. Her project management experience is data-driven and includes the development of internal systems, performance improvement processes and scalable event planning strategies. She also has experience with systematic behavioral skills training to drive concrete outcomes for employees and parents.


Ms. Kituuma received her BA in Psychology with a minor in Biology from Swarthmore College in 2009. She sat on the board for the National Society of Black Engineers Boston Professional chapter for two years where she co-founded the pre-collegiate STEM program Boston STEM Squad (BOSSquad) to provide Boston area youth with increased exposure to professionals and careers in the STEM fields, similar to the opportunities she received in high school through the Technology Access Foundation located in Seattle, WA. In 2018 she completed her Master’s of Science in Behavior Analysis at Salem State University and is currently working towards board certification as a Behavior Analyst.

Aubrielle enjoys time spent with her husband and three children, taking nature walks, cooking good food, listening to eclectic music and having impromptu dance parties. Additionally, she works full-time as a Behavioral Clinician serving adults with developmental disabilities and co-occurring diagnoses.