We are a social enterprise that makes education technology work in low-tech settings so everyone can learn.

Inclusiv eLearning Platform

Digital Learning even when there is little or no Internet

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Our team brings together experts in the three areas of education, technology and international development. We are driven to make a difference in the world through our expertise and culture of innovation and resilience. Here are some of our team members.

Steve Watt
Co-founder, Managing Director

Steve has worked in education & training leadership roles for over 20 years.

Ex Regional Vice President, Blackboard, Australia & NZ  and then Advisor to the global  Board of Moodle.

Steve is founder of EdTech management consulting firm, EDT Partners Asia Pacific and is also Co-Founder of  Inclusiv Ventures and Inclusiv Education.

John Marsh
Co-founder, Acting General Manager

John has worked in both business and aid sectors and has 20 years experience in donor funded private sector work in the Pacific, Africa and  Asia.

John has been country and regional program director for Concern, and Oxfam, worked with Ernst & Young providing Shared Value advisory services to  corporate clients and ODA donors.  

John is a Co-Founder of  Inclusiv Education and Inclusiv Ventures

Remco Marcelis
Chief Financial Officer

Remco has worked with startups and high-growth SMEs as a CFO and Virtual CFO for more than 10 years, following four years in venture capital and 10 years in multinational consulting/services firms. Remco is the founder of Standard Ledger, our accounting firm.

He is a chartered professional accountant with an advanced MBA degree from the University of Adelaide, and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Zola Maddison
Senior Program Manager

Zola brings 20 years of experience managing formal and non-formal education and technology projects in international development and humanitarian settings.

Zola has served as a program officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, a UN volunteer with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, and is a member of the International Network of Education for Emergencies (INEE).

Ian Reid
Sr. Education Technology Consultant

Ian has decades of experience in leading education, learning and development teams in public education and private sector international development settings. He has served as an Associate Professor for the University of South Australia Flexible Learning Centre and Chief Academic Officer at the International Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management.

Natalie Denmeade
Education Technology Solutions Consultant

Natalie began working with web technologies more than 20 years ago and went on to become a teacher and educational transformation thought leader dedicated to international development.

Natalie developed and managed blended training programs in more than 20 African countries and founded an NGO in Zanzibar, Tanzania. This has seen her develop and implement many social and education programs, including using technology in low-tech environments.

Linda Stannard
Senior EdTech Consultant – Ukraine

Linda has been working in the vocational training sector in Australian TAFE and government organisations for over 25 years in various areas including Moodle administration, resource development, digital literacy training, accessible technology research and teacher professional development.

Over the past five years Linda has volunteered and worked in this space in developing countries including Myanmar, Cambodia, Vanuatu and more recently Papua New Guinea, setting up flexible learning opportunities and introducing new technologies and flexible learning pedagogies to teachers in remote colleges

Fiona Curtain
People & Culture Business Partner

Fiona is a highly experienced Human Resources professional who has held senior corporate and consultant roles across many industries, including education, technology, telecommunications, media and non-profit.

Most recently, she joined Save the Children Australia (SCA) as Head of People and Culture, Corporate and Social Enterprises. Through our partnership with SCA, she works closely with our team to advise, coach and support all things ‘people’.

Tina Nassr
Educational Designer

Tina has years of experience in digital learning design, as well as graphic design. She has combined her skills in the support of various projects in International Development to create engaging content on Moodle.

Tina has a Master of Arts in International Cultural and Business Studies and has supported projects concerned with capacity building funded by the German development agency (GIZ), the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the German development bank (KfW).