We are a tech startup, who have taken on the challenge of providing national solutions to common problems across the charity sector. To date, our sole focus has been research and development on the challenge of connecting people with right services.
Toby is the founder and director of Triangle Technology, set up in 2018 as a socially motivated technology company. His charity sector experience includes working for Christians Against Poverty, a leading provider of debt and financial advice to vulnerable people. He was primarily responsible for a bespoke financial advice and debt management system for CAP, which is used internationally. Toby has a broad range of other charity sector experience, including consultancy and volunteering for refugee projects and for Samaritans. In the commercial world, he has experience financial services, having worked on numerous change projects. He is also very involved in the local community, through Leeds Quakers, who are very active in social justice causes.
Adam's background is in mental health, having worked for four years as a psychiatry registrar in front-line health services. His first-hand experience in mental health care provides key insights into Step's use in public health and electronic social prescribing practices. Through engaging partners in the health and social care sector, he uses their insights and professional opinions to better inform product design. Combining this with his understanding of the social determinants of health, Adam views Step as a platform with the potential to improve the health of the general population at scale. With his medical background, Adam is able to inform the Step COVID-19 response in using evidence-based public health guidance and minimise any potential risks to volunteers.
Natasha brings over 10 years of customer development, operations, and strategy experience. She has worked with a number of community-driven digital platforms in the ecommerce, food delivery and transportation sectors with her recent work focused on bringing innovative technology into the UK’s public transport sector in close collaboration with the local government and community support organisations. Natasha is passionate about building technology driven products and services that empower the community and individuals to have access to a better quality of everyday life. During the COVID-19 crisis, Natasha is volunteering with a number of local mutual aid groups and is working with the local councils to apply intelligent public transit and logistics technology in response to the changes in the travel and community support needs.
Kit is passionate about using technology to empower people, and since 2013 has led projects connecting people with alternative healthcare practitioners through web technologies. He has over ten years' experience as a lecturer and researcher at Srinakharinwirot University in Bangkok, and his love of linguistics and programming come together in the natural language processing that is at the core of the Step data engine. Kit is highly motivated by social justice and supporting and empowering the under-privileged, having been actively involved with grassroots political activism in the UK and with continuing support of international human rights causes.
Liza has extensive experience in sales, communications and production, primarily in the theatre industry. She has worked with companies in her native Ireland and internationally, including the Dublin-based THISISPOPBABY in a production and sales capacity, working most recently on their international hit RIOT, which had a sell-out tour in Australia and the US. She produced the Lords of Strut, who were semi-finalists in Britain’s Got Talent, for a run in the national theatre of Ireland. She has also worked as Communications Manager and Producer on a number of shows in Ireland and internationally. She is passionate about social activism, and is actively involved with Extinction Rebellion and with the PAH, Spain’s grassroots housing activism platform.