Executive Assistant & People and Culture Manager
Sarah Brown is the Executive Assistant and People and Culture Manager, responsible for all functions across HR and office management in Australian and US.
Sarah is responsible for implementing HR management strategies and policies that promote an equal employment oriented and high performance culture; including talent acquisition, compensation, health and welfare benefits, training and development, succession planning, employee relations and retention.
Joining Cinglevue in 2014, Sarah has over 10 years HR experience and 7 years office management and senior level executive support. She has worked across various industries including IT, finance and engineering within Australia and the United Kingdom. She also holds a diploma in Human Resources Management.
Sanjaya Bentotage is the Chief Architect at CingleVue International where he is responsible for managing and evolving the software architecture and the technology stack. He also leads the Engineering team where he is involved in the enforcement of best practices in software design and development. Sanjaya collaborates closely with the Research & Development team with the aim of engineering & productising the research outcomes.
Sanjaya brings over 15 years of experience in the software industry where he was responsible for design, development and delivery of enterprise software products. He started his career as a software engineer at CodeGen International and had played many dynamic roles as a team lead and an architect. Throughout his career he has been involved in designing enterprise scale, high performance software solutions for multinational blue chip companies. He specialises in modular design principles, CI/CD, containerisation, container orchestration and big data platforms.
Sanjaya holds a B.Sc. Engineering degree majoring in Computer Science, from University of Moratuwa Sri Lanka. He is also a Certified Scrum Master.
Dr Michael Garrett is the Head of Research & Innovation at Cinglevue International where his primary focus concerns the utilisation of applied research to inform the continued evolution and innovation of products and services. This entails the application of educational technologies to further teaching and learning outcomes, encompassing educational data mining, machine learning, data analytics and visualisation, individual differences and personalised learning, virtual and augmented reality technologies, and adaptive and differentiated learning systems.
Michael completed his Ph. D. in 2012, focusing on the use of three-dimensional (3D) graphics applications to address real-world learning outcomes. Michael has undertaken research projects in collaboration with the Australian mining industry and Royal Australian Navy to assess the viability of 3D simulation environments for emergency evacuation and spatial awareness training. These projects have emphasised the value of applied research and industry collaboration in driving real world change, with findings published in numerous journal articles and conference papers.
Other industry experience includes the management and development of 3D software applications for underground mining organisations and lecturing, research, and consultancy roles within the University sector. Michael also has over 10 years’ experience in software development roles, with an emphasis on 3D graphics, mobile, and web applications.
Michael is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the Edith Cowan University Institute for Education Research.
Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia with offices in Sydney, New York and Sri Lanka, Cinglevue International was established in 2010 with the goal of contributing to, and transforming the education technology landscape. Greg is passionate about the core values and purpose he has set for Cinglevue and invests a considerable amount of time on activities aimed at supporting and improving its corporate culture.
Greg is also actively involved with the various research projects undertaken by the research teams as they seek to find new ways to leverage the opportunities afforded and enabled by technology. He has refined and honed Cinglevue’s strategic focus and concentrated its investments on four key long-term growth opportunities: research & development, next-generation enterprise software solutions, and services & technologies that allow for always connected and always personal mobile experiences across the education sector.
Greg brings more than 25 years of international technology industry leadership, computer software and hardware expertise, and executive management experience to his role. As CEO, Greg oversees the corporate direction and strategy for Cinglevue’s operations, including marketing, sales, consulting, alliances, channels, and support whilst his areas of key focus are leadership, innovation, and our customers.
Before establishing Cinglevue, Greg worked at Cap Gemini (UK) and Fujitsu Services (UK), where he held a variety of senior management and operations roles, ultimately serving as Head of Service Delivery within the Public Sector Business Unit and the Europe, Middle East and Africa – EMEA, Region Business Unit. In his time at Fujitsu Services, Greg led a successful effort to improve operational efficiency, strengthen the service offering, driving growth and improving customer satisfaction.
Greg studied for a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology at Manchester Metropolitan University (UK) and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management.