Nathaniel Robinson Of Trustworthy: 5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Became a CEO

An Interview With Ben Ari

Authority Magazine Editorial Staff
Authority Magazine
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11 min readNov 10, 2022


You must make time for yourself and your family. It’s easy for work to be all-consuming as you execute your plan for success, but carving out time for your wellness and spending time with your family will keep you healthy and grounded and remind you why you work so hard in the first place.

As a part of our series called ‘Five Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Became A CEO’ we had the pleasure of interviewing Nathaniel Robinson.

Nathaniel Robinson is dedicated to making Trustworthy the leading resource for helping families keep their information organized, prepared, and accessible by empowering his team, listening to customer needs, and building industry partnerships that add value to the families Trustworthy serves. Robinson’s experience includes leadership roles at Microsoft (with a focus on financial and family technology products), and he helped bring to life various family-centric fintech ventures as an investor and advisor (including the FamTech Collaborative, Cutback Coach, and others). Robinson’s leadership at Trustworthy is driven by his recognition of the need for families to control and optimize their most vital information as the world moves rapidly towards digital transformation.

Thank you so much for joining us in this interview series! Before we dig in, our readers would like to get to know you a bit more. Can you tell us a bit about your “backstory”? What led you to this particular career path?

I grew up in New Zealand and was lucky enough to get a job working for Oracle there. I loved working with relational databases and the order they created for information. That’s a theme that’s stayed with me throughout my career, and it’s a big part of what we’re helping families do with Trustworthy.

The idea of creating order from chaos is top of mind for every family as we all deal with digital transformation and the mountain of information and related critical tasks across our lives. Most of us have…