Alice is Head of Cognitive Neuroscience and Product at CENTURY Tech. She has a Master’s Degree in Cognitive and Decision Sciences from University College London and her academic research background lies in understanding how memories are formed and maintained in the brain. Alice is one of the earliest members of the CENTURY team, and from the outset has been deeply involved in managing the product. This has included translating cognitive neuroscience principles into platform features, as well as defining and delivering the world-class platform that is used in educational institutions around the world.
Cynthia has dedicated her career to addressing issues of equity and inclusion. She spent more than a decade working on financial inclusion for underserved populations around the world, with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean. She now brings that same equity-first lens to her role as COO of TeachFX, where she oversees their AI-based equity of student voice offering and new market expansion. Cynthia has a BA from Tufts in Spanish and International Relations, and an MS and MBA from Stanford with a certificate in public management. She lived in South America for four years (Peru, Chile, Ecuador & Bolivia) and now resides in Berkeley, California, where she's an avid rock climber and marathon runner.
Working in the technology industry is endlessly fascinating, really driven by my curosity in how things work. Not just how the technology functions, but how people work; on their own, with others and as part of complex organisations. A lot of my background has been in the area of personal productivity with Microsoft Office and the shift to Office 365, but my current role is focussed on how organisations work and how business applications like Dynamics 365 can help modernise business processes to better support employees and improve the way our customers meet the needs of their customers.
I'm a Google Certified Teacher currently working as a Learning Technologies Manager at a secondary school. I research, develop and lead on the use of technology for learning. The key component of introducing new technology to teachers is training. I spend a lot of my time working with staff in the local community to help spark ideas that they will run away with. It's obvious that motivated staff will help produce motivated students. It's also true that motivated students will help motivate staff. I believe that technology has the ability to enhance learning to a point where this 'motivation circle' is never ending. I have a number of years experience hosting live events to large audiences. Since 2009, I've volunteered my time to host a number of Race for Life events for Cancer Research UK with audiences from 500 - 12,000 people. In 2012 and 2013 I hosted Shine (London), Cancer Research UK's midnight walking marathon, to a crowd of 16,000 people. I hosted the start line at the London Sport Relief Mile (2012) which boasted 20,000 participants and a celebrity interview at the start of each wave of the event. I've also been lucky enough to host events for Brent Council and the Essex Scout Jamboree among others. I'm just as happy training a single teacher how to use technology as I am presenting in front of a crowd of 20,000!
Komal Dadlani a Biochemist with an MSc from the University of Chile. In 2013 she started Lab4U to democratize science and change the way science is taught with a lab in the pocket. Today Lab4U is present in Latin American and the US, impacting more than 100,000 students with their products Lab4Physics, Lab4Chemistry and Lab4Biology. Komal has been a recipient of the Cartier Women's Initiative Awards 2015, Toyota Mother of Invention Award 2017, MIT Technology Review 35 Under 35 Leaders in LatAm 2018, Ashoka Fellow 2019, Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum 2020, and internationally recognized by The New York Times, Forbes, People Magazine, CNBC and the BBC for her work at Lab4U.
Lyndsey Stuttard is an Apple Distinguished Educator. With a Bachelors and Masters in Education, She havs been involved in education for 16 years, having taught in the US, UK, Italy, and the UAE. Passionate about the purposeful use of Augmented Reality in Education, specifically with content creation by teachers for their students. Creativity, for her, is at the heart of any innovative approaches, as a means of providing limitless possibilities for students to “show what they know”.