Mark is the Chief Executive Officer of Clevertar, providing strategic direction, and overseeing day- day operational execution. Mark has extensive experience as a leader across a range of industries including high tech industrials, software retail, health and care. He has been responsible for fast growth start-ups and IPO through to successful exits and presently holds directorships in technology, health and care enterprises.
Martin is co-founder of Clevertar, having been principal investigator for the Flinders University project that initiated the technology powering Clevertar Digital Coaches. He specialises in nature-inspired computing, specifically the application of biological principles to machine learning. Martin’s particular focus is on the successful audiovisual embodiment and evolution of virtual agents – the science behind our technology.
Tanya is a co-founder and Chief Evangelist of Clevertar, working with a brilliant group of scientists and software engineers who bring cutting-edge technologies to life. Her passion is for assistive technologies, and she is committed to developing innovative software for people with chronic conditions.
Matt holds a Bachelor of Management (Marketing) and has experience in sales, relationship and project management. Matt is passionate about the benefits of utilising relational agents to influence behaviour change and the positive impacts that this can have at a population level.
Damian is a software engineer with a real talent in creating visually attractive and well-designed applications. Damian’s passion lies in UI design and is always striving to improve the look and feel of products for our clients.
Sarita has a masters degree in both Computer Science and Information Technology where she achieved a high distinction average. Sarita is particularly skilled at web technologies and has a real eye for detail when it comes to user interface design.
Russell is an Honours graduate from Flinders University with well-rounded skills in software development. His interest lay in how technology can be applied to any situation to aid or improve them, including automation or remote control.