Luke Stewart is CEO and Co-Founder of Adaptic Health, an early-stage startup with the mission to accelerate treatments for rare diseases. Adaptic is building a modern platform for clinical trial design. He has built multiple "zero to one" enterprise products using emerging technologies and business models while working at Facebook, Saama Technologies and Cisco.
He was a Product Leader at Facebook responsible for Productivity Products, Developer Tools and key aspects of the Remote Work tech strategy. In his role as Senior Director of Product Management at Saama, Luke was the first product hire and launched Saama’s Life Sciences Analytics Cloud platform, which won multiple innovation awards and was later used by Pfizer to accelerate the COVID-19 vaccine trials. While at Cisco, he helped drive a pre-revenue internal startup to over 3500 customers in 3 years. Prior to Cisco, Luke co- founded a startup and worked at NASA.
Luke also serves on multiple boards including one at his alma mater Duke University and his church VIVE Church which has 10 locations globally. He also serves on the pastoral team at VIVE.
He has his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a BA in Math and Computer Science from Duke. He was a middle distance runner on the Duke Track team. Luke lives in Palo Alto, CA with his wife and three daughters.