It is rare to find a team that deeply understands and effectively addresses education, technology and commercial opportunities and challenges. Mosaic excels at this globally.
Education is all about people. Mosaic’s people are easy to work with. Not only is each Mosaic associate an experienced leader in their specific field of education, technology and enterprise, they are skilled in working constructively with government and industry. Since Mosaic was founded by Mark Lamont in 2007, the team’s focus has been customer success and the development of long-term partnerships.
Mosaic’s international team has depth and talent in education and technology policy, research, consulting and high-stakes project management.
Mosaic negotiates effectively, manages expectations with integrity, solves problems, and imparts vision and passion for education and international business. Mosaic associates and partners are based in five continents, as follows.
Mark Lamont, based in Sydney Australia, is founder and director at World Mosaic. Mark is responsible for World Mosaic’s global business. He established Mosaic in 2007 after developing education technology businesses in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Hong Kong, USA and South Africa. Mark is passionate about education reform, tech innovation and international business growth models. His contributions to the education sector and edtech industry are recognised globally.
Paul Williams, based in Perth, is an education academic and entrepreneur. Paul, a former Olympian, is a high-performance coach and innovator in learning and teaching. Paul is the inventor of mme moe, a significant World Mosaic investment. Paul has served Western Australia as an assistant superintendent, principal, teacher and teacher coach.
Paul Rahme, based in Shanghai China, provides local support for World Mosaic’s China market development activities, especially with schools, school systems and partners in Shanghai and Guangzhou.
Africa, India, Middle East
Humphrey Wattanga, based in South Africa and Kenya, provides expert stakeholder and commercial guidance for World Mosaic’s activities in Africa.
Herbert Wattanga, based in East Africa, is an educator who assists World Mosaic’s stakeholder management and implementations in the region.
Ganesh Raghupathy, based in Chennai and USA, is an outstanding entrepreneur and technology architect. Ganesh has supported World Mosaic’s research and development efforts across the portfolio.
Ashraf Tawakkol, based in Dubai and Cairo, is the inventor of Yahki, a significant World Mosaic investment. Ash is an accomplished designer and Internet software architect.
Gill Marshall, based in Wales, is an accomplished edtech product manager. Gill has taken several cloud-based platforms to the UK education market, including platforms from outside the UK. Gill is highly experienced in government and industry stakeholder management. She is currently leading operations on the TeacherIn launch which World Mosaic is assisting.
Jane McFall, based in Cornwall England, is a specialist in e-Safety, school information systems and teacher development. Jane is highly respected, having served the Cornwall education community for decades.
Martin Matthews, based in Bristol, is an education leader and presenter. Martin’s drive is firmly wrapped up in the moral imperative to close the gap in attainment between disadvantaged children and other children. He has 34 years’ experience of teaching, coaching and leadership at all levels.
Nadene Mackay, based in Cardiff Wales, is a curriculum specialist. Nadene has a special interest in teacher development and contemporary pedagogies that leverage technology. Nadene is Lecturer in Professional Studies at the University of Wales Trinity St David Graduate Teacher Training Programme.
Sharnell Jackson, based in Chicago, is a visionary education technology leader. Sharnell is former chief of eLearning at Chicago Public Schools. Her leadership and extensive knowledge of US school districts and associations assists World Mosaic create more value for US customers and partners. Sharnell first met World Mosaic founder, Mark Lamont, over a decade ago at a meeting in then Senator Obama’s office in Washington DC.
Daphne Martin, based in Dallas, liaises with Texas school districts interested in World Mosaic’s portfolio, supporting the team at events.
The team has vast global experience in #edtech commercial, product and marketing strategy. Almost everyone in education leadership and the edtech industry knows someone who knows and respects World Mosaic.
Review our Case Studies to see the excellent outcomes our team has achieved with customers.
Mosaic’s team strikes a balance of innovation, invention and well-managed software and content development and marketing.