Our Team

We believe that sleep holds the key to happier, healthier people and improved business productivity.

 

Melissa Webster
Melissa Webster
CEO
Dr Erica Crome
Dr Erica Crome
COO
Daniel Butt
Daniel Butt
CTO + CPO
Amanda McGregor
Amanda McGregor
CMO
Dr Anup Desai
Dr Anup Desai
Sleep and Respiratory Physician
Rosemary Clancy
Rosemary Clancy
Sleep Clinical Psychologist
Rohan Thompson
Rohan Thompson
Solutions Consultant
Beth Lewis
Beth Lewis
National Client Manager
Sonny Wright
Sonny Wright
Agile Project Lead
Sathwik Singari
Sathwik Singari
PHP and MySQL Developer
Arushi Puri
Arushi Puri
Frontend Developer
Adrianne Walujo
Adrianne Walujo
UX Motion Designer
Carlo Valpiani
Carlo Valpiani
IT Manager
Grant Jagelman
Grant Jagelman
Executive Director

Message From The CEO

Our world has drastically changed in the last 10-15 years.  The pressure on people to be connected 24/7; emails, streaming, social media, work, it takes its toll.  Too often sleep is the sacrifice that people make, yet over time they may pay the price with impacts to their physical and mental health. People are often unable to fix sleep problems themselves because they either don’t realise they have a problem, (in the case of sleep apnoea), because it may have been misdiagnosed or even after diagnosis, fixing it can be time-consuming, expensive and frustrating under traditional delivery models. When it comes to sleep health, we are “asleep at the wheel”. At SleepFit, we spend our waking hours working on sleep.  We are passionate about providing people with a pathway to treatment via education, behaviour change and interventions, at scale, to help as many people as possible. No one needs to suffer from poor sleep and we are on a mission to give people the pathway to better sleep.

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Why sleep is so important to organisations.

We live by our values and as such infuse evidence based science in all that we do. Nothing damages workplace performance quite like sleep problems do. In an extensive study carried out by Ron Kessler and his team at Harvard Medical School, sleep disorders trump back and neck problems, depression and fatigue as causes of absenteeism and presenteeism. Sleep problems cost businesses twice as much as anxiety and almost four times as much as obesity does.