Network Tech Announces New Hire Nate Ellsworth – IT Project Engineer

Network Tech Announces New Hire Nate Ellsworth – IT Project Engineer

Olathe, KS – Network Tech, a leader in managed IT solutions, is pleased to welcome Nate Ellsworth to its growing team.

Nate is a highly skilled, veteran information technology specialist. He is multi-faceted and has performed multiple IT roles during his 20 + year career. We are excited to bring his skills and passion for IT engineering and project implementation to Network Tech and the clients we serve.

Nate is a native of Nebraska, he moved to Kansas in 1997 and pursued a degree in computer information systems from DeVry University. After graduating, he began his career in management and later moved to Wyoming where he advanced his IT skills working for a mobile radiology company focused on nuclear medical scanning.

From there Nate moved his way up the IT ladder, becoming the Network Engineer at one of the largest school districts in Wyoming. In his role he was responsible for the school district’s large IT infrastructure and it’s 17,000 + users.
After his success in Wyoming, and anxious to escape the bitter cold, Nate was in search of another career challenge. He decided to return to Kansas where he began working for Bartlett Grain as a Senior Network Administrator for 6 years.

After that Nate found his true IT calling as a Managed Service Provider (MSP).

“I like a place in which my job changes, depending on the issues at hand” and “I like to work going 150mph with my hair on fire!”


A Family Man

and Outdoor Enthusiast

When Nate is not engineering and implementing IT solutions, he can be found enjoying time with his wife of 21 years and their two children.
He is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys hiking, kayaking, hunting, fishing, and back country camping trips with his family. Nate and his family are planning an upcoming hike of the Continental Divide.

“Whether it’s camping under the stars or hiking through a thunderstorm I’m all about making memories with my family.”

What Nate Brings to Network Tech
and Its Valued Clients

As IT Project Engineer at Network Tech Nate will be responsible for design/engineering and implementation of client on-site and cloud-based projects, as well as server and network solutions.

Nate brings advanced knowledge and experience to the Network Tech Team. His detailed management of IT projects and ability to simultaneously work closely with vendors and clients, ensures projects are executed successfully and efficiently.
Nate was drawn to the culture at Network Tech. Network Tech’s priority of putting customers and employees first was impressive.

“It’s refreshing to work for a company that believes in and values its employees. Network Tech is an incredible opportunity for me.”

Network Tech is excited to add Nate to its team of skilled IT professionals and looks forward to continuing to provide clients with trustworthy, knowledgeable, and reliable IT support and services.

Network Tech Grows Again, Welcomes Clark Thompson

Olathe, KS – Network Tech, a leader in managed IT solutions, is pleased to welcome Clark Thompson to its growing team.

Serving as New Accounts Executive, Clark brings over 30 years of expertise specializing in business development, corporate sales and account management.  He will be responsible for new growth strategies and key business development initiatives, such as Network Tech’s Intentional IT programs.

“Clark’s extensive sales experience in the greater Kansas city area, combined with his strong leadership acumen makes him a huge asset to our team,” said Matt Cortner, Chief Operating Officer at Network Tech.  “We are looking forward to incorporating his consultative IT perspectives to strategically position us for future growth.”

Originally from Maine, Clark resides in the greater Kansas City area with his wife of 29 years, Patricia. He has two daughters; one is an alumnus of the University of Kansas and his other daughter currently attends Missouri University.  As a family, they enjoy outdoor activities, travel and live music.  The Thompsons volunteer with and support the Boys Hope Girls Hope of Kansas City and Big Brothers Big Sisters.