Meet the Enablers
We’re a team of employee experience designers and digital communicators, technical problem solvers and software developers.
We’re pet lovers and stinky cheese connoisseurs, surfers and travellers, parents and entrepreneurs. Oh, and it goes without saying, we love a good GIF. Click on each Enabler below to find out what makes them tick!
Sarah’s our US Experience Manager, dedicated to implementing the Asana platform. With a background in client implementation, change management, and chaos coordination, Sarah works with our customers to create transformative change via organizational behavior consulting and human-centered design. She teaches customers how to leverage Asana to ultimately improve the employee experience!
What is your nickname? Sarasaurus 🦕
What were you doing before Enablo? Client Launch Director on the Enterprise Learning Solutions team within an Education Management company.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Employee experience is a result of a variety of interwoven organizational design elements. From a management and organizational behavior standpoint, I invite all employers to CARE about the details and the WHY behind the action. I ask leaders to create psychological safety, accountability (this includes honest and practical feedback), and a clear shared vision. Every year, a person spends more than 2,000 hours at work. I invite all people to be intentional, be active members, and be part of the evolution.
What excites you most about Enablo? Enablo invites the whole person to show up, care, and actively participate in our mission. Enablo practices what we preach. Enablo offers transformative work management solutions. So far, I am loving the authentic teammates, org culture, and feeling like I am part of something GREAT (and bigger than myself). I love the ripple effect Enablo is creating in the larger ecosystem!
What’s your all-time favorite app? Instagram 📷🎆
As part of our US Growth team, BDR Justin supports fellow Enabler Kristin in helping businesses stay in sync, hit deadlines, and meet their goals with Asana.
What is your nickname? JDub
What were you doing before Enablo? Technology advisor.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Work-life balance. If an employee is happy, they will stay.
What excites you most about Enablo? The opportunity to grow. The culture here is already amazing.
What’s the one thing you couldn’t live without? My dogs!
What is your nickname? PB.
What were you doing before Enablo? For the past seven years, I have worked primarily in the eComm space, in both developer and technical project management roles.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Where remote work is brought closer than ever before using the metaverse. Imagine working from your desk at home and being able to collaborate with your colleague who may be on the other side of the world, as though they are physically next to you.
What excites you most about Enablo? To see how we will revolutionize work and adopt the metaverse to make that happen.
What is the achievement you’re most proud of? I went from being an animator with no prior technical knowledge to graduating with a Masters in IT in just two years. It was a complete 180-degree career change that I have found extremely rewarding.
As our Head of Delivery, Steve’s mission is to help every one of our customers be successful with their Enablo solutions. He leads our Customer Success, Experience, and Engineering teams and has more than 20 years experience in professional services and senior leadership positions.
What is your nickname? My kids, and increasingly their friends, call me Dage. I’m not sure how that came about!
What were you doing before Enablo? I headed up the Internal Communications and Organisational Change team at Vanguard, and before that was the General Manager of Marketing Delivery at National Australia Bank.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Employee experience is not about free food and office perks but connecting, empowering, trusting, and valuing your people. The real trick is achieving this aspiration regardless of where, when, and how your people work. And I’ve had first-hand experience of the competitive advantage a connected, enabled, and trusted workforce brings to their organization.
What excites you most about Enablo? Enablo excites me because we are on the frontline of the future of work. Every day I have the privilege of working with customers who positively impact their bottom line by making work better for their people by valuing collaboration, connection, and community.
How do you continue to grow and develop as a leader? I’ve developed a habit of continuous learning through reading, completing courses, or having conversations with people I admire from all walks of life. One of my favorite sayings is that every day is a school day, and curiosity is one of the key traits I look for in members of the Delivery team.
As our People Development Manager Michelle helps ensure our team of Enablers have a great work experience; ensuring they are set up for success from day one whilst providing support throughout all stages of their time at Enablo. And she’s a seasoned pro, with over 15 years of experience in this space, including learning and capability, culture and engagement, performance, inclusion and diversity, leadership, and talent development.
What is your nickname? MJ
What were you doing before Enablo? Most recently I was the Organisational Development Manager for a Food Solutions company on the Sunshine Coast, and prior to that a similar role in Aviation in Melbourne.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? As a big believer in empathetic leadership, employee experience should be tailored for the individual and their needs. If an employee feels supported, heard, and equipped with what they need to succeed, then true engagement will be the outcome.
What excites you most about Enablo? I am genuinely excited about the culture of Enablo – one of collaboration, opportunities, innovation, and good vibes!
What is the achievement you’re most proud of? I would have to say helping to deliver the London Olympics and Paralympics in 2012 – even though my part was small, it was an amazing event to be a part of and gave me the ability to follow another passion in my life – sport! I will always cherish the memories and friendships I made through that experience.
Experience Manager Jakob’s spent the past three and a half years helping organizations launch intranet platforms so is well-versed in tackling employee experience challenges and helping customers design new ways of working.
What is your nickname? Jake, JP, Cob, and many others.
What were you doing before Enablo? Working as an Implementation Consultant and Customer Success Manager for an intranet platform.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Modern workplaces need to promote an employee-first culture and values, providing tools that empower their workforce to do their job efficiently while simultaneously breaking down silos and encouraging collaboration and recognition.
What excites you most about Enablo? The opportunity to work with world-class workplace technologies in a young and growing company alongside a talented group of peers.
What’s the one thing you couldn’t live without? The beach. Everything is better at the beach!
Samir brings considerable direct and channel sales success to his role as Enterprise Client Partner, focusing on developing new business with organizations of 2000+ employees.
What is your nickname? Sam
What were you doing before Enablo? I was with Revel Systems, a global SAAS company.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Having owned and operated my own businesses, employees wish to participate and share in the company’s success. Employees look to be respected, valued and their individual contributions acknowledged. Future workplaces will be leveraging technology to foster collaboration across all employees, regardless of their position or location.
What excites you most about Enablo? Enablo’s culture is dynamic and professional. The leadership is visionary and passionate. A large work family that is growing fast.
What’s the one thing you couldn’t live without? Two things… coffee and chilli (obviously not together).
From high-end fashion to insurance, Business Development Representative Kenny brings more than ten years of customer service and sales experience to the role.
What is your nickname? Boston.
What were you doing before Enablo? Commercial Insurance.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? For everyone to be connected and more than just a number. Particularly in this post-pandemic world, where many organizations have changed their approach to working from home.
What excites you most about Enablo? The potential room for growth within the organization.
What’s the one thing you couldn’t live without? I would have to say my iPhone; it keeps me connected with everything and everyone. Coming from a very large family, it’s hard to keep in touch with everyone.
Having served as a United States Marine, and with previous experience in sales, Ben brings drive, persistence, and motivation to his role as a Business Development Representative.
What is your nickname? Dutzinator.
What were you doing before Enablo? Sales Development for Sitecore.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Being able to maintain efficient production and community growth regardless of physical limitations, i.e.working remotely or from an office.
What excites you most about Enablo? The opportunity to help organizations create employee experiences that foster long-standing relationships and retention.
Who would you want to be stuck on a desert island with and why? It sounds selfish, but my wife and son.
Andrew’s led marketing and customer transformation for some of the biggest brands, across multiple categories worldwide. He’s customer-obsessed (it’s what you want in a Chief Customer Officer, right?) and believes that an organization’s success is built from the foundation of a highly-engaged world-class team.
What is your nickname? Andrew. (I’ve lived overseas too long. Only Aussies seem to want to give everyone a nickname).
What were you doing before Enablo? I was running Verizon for the Publicis Groupe based in New York. Great team, exciting times (launch of 5G). A few challenges along the way (this little thing called Covid and the merger of T-Mobile & Sprint). But most importantly, we delivered fantastic results! I would have loved a better way to engage my team, though…
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? One where there is much greater alignment between the objectives of the organization and the goals of individual employees. The opportunity to create meaningful work, facilitated by transparent communication built on a foundation of engagement and trust. Employee commitment will directly correlate to overall business performance and will be focused on as a way to create a distinct competitive advantage.
What excites you most about Enablo? To make a genuine and positive difference to the companies we partner with. To see the change in the way their employees engage. To observe the impact it has on their financial performance. And to play a role in building this fantastic company called Enablo that will help make it all happen!
What’s the most important trait you look for when hiring employees? Curiosity. Constantly wanting to learn and grow. In working out if there is a better way to do things that will deliver greater impact. In attempting to understand consumers in whatever form, what motivates them, and the opportunities that presents as a result. In life, by being open to possibilities and the potential that arises from those – especially by working at Enablo!
As Director of Sales, Leslie is focused on driving new business acquisition for Enterprise, Mid-Market, and SMB across Australia and New Zealand. She has a passion for developing others and encourages strategic thinking and innovation. She brings 20+ years of experience in sales and account management leadership, strategic international expansion, process implementation, and building business relationships.
What is your nickname? LC
What were you doing before Enablo? I spent the past ten years in several positions at OpenTable, most recently departing as District Director, managing the team responsible for new restaurant acquisition and customer retention.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Employees have a lot of choices regarding where they want to work. People’s experience engaging with a company and its community is more critical than it has ever been before. Communication must be clear and often, with a positive work culture promoted through diversity, inclusion, creativity, and empowerment. With a hybrid or dispersed workforce, it’s also more challenging than ever before. I keep hearing about this thing called the ‘Metaverse’, and I’m really excited to learn more! 😀
What excites you most about Enablo? It’s so exciting to be a part of the next chapter in the evolution of Enablo! I’m thrilled to be here at the beginning of the transformation of the business. I love the motto ‘work out loud’ and it’s been clear from day one that this culture promotes collaboration and respect for one another. I intend to do my best to keep that front of mind as we grow and scale the business.
How do you continue to grow and develop as a leader? Growth, development, and learning never stops – no matter where you are in your career. I aspire to stay curious and learn from each situation I’m faced with, identifying key take-aways I can bring to the next challenge. I have learned to lead with empathy and compassion; the teachings of Brené Brown, researcher, author, and lecturer, really resonate with me.
As an account executive on our US team, Kristin helps businesses across the country streamline their workflow and simplify their project management with Asana.
What is your nickname? None, just Kristin.
What were you doing before Enablo? I was a National Accounts Manager for an independent pharmacy buying group.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? I imagine a new world in which employees can enter from anywhere in the world and feel like they are in the office with their coworkers without losing the feeling of personal connection.
What excites you most about Enablo? The most exciting part about Enablo is the unlimited possibilities. Enablo has the ability to adapt as our workforce is evolving, and they’re doing it with such a positive outlook that the culture they’ve created is inspiring!
Who would you want to be stuck on a desert island with and why? Malala Yousafzai, I would love to hear her story firsthand without interruption or distraction. Plus, she is famous enough that someone would come searching for us!
Nathan’s at the helm of Enablo Reality Labs, guiding the team on our mission to help build the future of work. He has many years of experience in the immersive technology space, leading the development of several AR and VR apps, establishing the first XR team within the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and advising a number of businesses on XR strategy and Virtual Production technology.
What is your nickname? Nate
What were you doing before Enablo? I started my career with a decade of experience producing TV for the ABC before jumping head first into XR / immersive technologies. I’ve led production on a number of AR and VR apps across multiple emerging platforms, established a virtual production studio and immersive technology festival, and advised businesses on new spatial technologies and opportunities.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? I can see a time when employees have the same access to collaboration and connection with their colleagues no matter where they live or where they are working from on any particular day. Future immersive devices will have the ability to bring back the spontaneity and dynamic nature of the workplace without forcing everyone into the same geographic location. They will also be able to optimize our work time by giving us the ideal virtual computing setup at any time that is infinitely extendable and flexible.
What excites you most about Enablo? Enablo is an incredible blend of very talented people who are also very passionate about what they are delivering. They live and breathe the benefits of better workplace communication and work very hard to give every client the best experience. They also have an enthusiasm and excitement for the benefits of new technology that make it the perfect place to innovate.
How do you continue to grow and develop as a leader? Constantly asking questions. Innovation is really about asking questions – and pulling together all of the various answers into a vision that people want to see become a reality.
Harriet’s worked in marketing and comms roles across a number of industries including telco, geospatial technology, energy and insurtech. Particularly passionate about internal comms and employee experience, Harriet helped build the business case and launch Workplace at Origin Energy (an Enablo customer!). She’s seen the overnight impact Workplace can have on leadership, culture and comms and now she gets her kicks from raising awareness about the platform and telling the amazing stories of our customers.
What’s your nickname? There’s been a few over the years, Harri, Hazza, Haz, H-bomb, Hatta, Harold. Harri is the only one that’s stood the test of time.
What were you doing before Enablo? Cleaning spaghetti off walls and polishing up on my negotiating skills a.k.a, full-time parent to a toddler! Before that, I led marketing for Concirrus – an Insurtech in London.
What’s your favourite thing about working for Enablo? Every single Enabler rolls their sleeves up and is always so excited to help out. I’ve worked with individuals like that, but never a whole team. It’s pretty amazing.
What’s your vision of Employee Experience for the future? One where value delivered, not hours worked, is rewarded. This gets talked about a lot but isn’t common. It takes brave leadership and new tools for transparent communication and ‘Working out Loud’.
What is the achievement you’re most proud of and why? Training for and running my first marathon before my daughter Bella was a year old and while I was breastfeeding. It helped that it was in Queenstown (New Zealand) so there was beautiful scenery to keep me going!
As Account Director for APAC, Jonathan works alongside our Customer Success team to ensure our Workplace customers get the best from the tool at every stage of the journey. For the past ten years, he’s worked with top SaaS platforms – Google, Asana, AWS, Salesforce, Netsuite, and now Workplace from Meta – transforming how Australasian companies thrive in a competitive market.
What’s your nickname? As a child: Yoyo. In my work life: JR
What were you doing before Enablo? Digital Business Advisor at Fronde, an Australasian Business and Technology consulting company, helping clients transform their digital business back-end solution. Before that, Google Strategic Account Manager at Cloud Sherpas, managing APAC’s largest customers. That’s where I met the fantastic Enablo founding team.
What’s your favourite thing about working for Enablo? Working with a team of highly talented and passionate individuals, all obsessed with delivering a fantastic experience for our customers.
What’s your vision of Employee Experience for the future? Connectedness, transparency, and authenticity. A place where you are yourself, valued, motivated, and where engagement is both business and social.
What is the achievement you’re most proud of, and why? Forming a team of 10 people, raising $20k for a charity trip in Cambodia in 2018, where we helped build a bamboo house for a family in need with RawImpact.org. This was a life-changing experience for us all, including my three beautiful children who discovered a different culture and how tough life can be for some.
One of Enablo’s talented Experience Directors, Kate helps customers like Super Retail Group, Afterpay and Virgin Australia deliver best-in-class employee experiences through Workplace. With a career in tech across Customer Success, Marketing and Comms roles, Kate is passionate about helping organisations transform culture, build a rich, inclusive and connected community and future-proof their communications.
What’s your nickname? ‘Kris Cross’
What were you doing before Enablo? In the past, I’ve worked in the tech industry, across Customer Success, Marketing and Comms roles. I’m passionate about creating best-in-class customer experiences and telling amazing customer stories.
What’s your favourite thing about working for Enablo? Definitely the people, Enablers are the most talented and kind people! I also love helping organisations transform their culture, building communities of passionate, connected people and being part of the #futureofwork. It’s exciting to see how the world is changing so rapidly and how that is reflected on our work environment, especially in 2020.
What’s your vision of Employee Experience for the future? Employee experience and culture will be more important than ever post-2020! It will demand better, more transparent communication and more visible, authentic leadership. Organisations will need to have a people-first mentality paired with human-first technology to attract great talent and succeed long-term.
What app do you wish existed? More custom interior design apps using virtual reality and augmented reality. There’s so much opportunity there!
Lotte’s a passionate communications expert who loves to help companies transform into communities. She’s worked in different communication and education roles across a number of industries including telco and retail. Lotte’s particularly passionate about employee experience and loves inspiring others to build great experiences.
What’s your nickname? Moskou (long story – but mostly due to my haircut)
What were you doing before Enablo? Cleaning nappies 🙂 – I joined Enablo right after finishing my maternity leave. Before that I worked for nbn as the Corporate communications and digital Lead. Here I rolled out Workplace four years ago, managed the platform and was responsible for driving the digital employee experience.
What’s your favourite thing about working for Enablo? Without a doubt – the people I work with. This team is so full of knowledge and excitement which really inspires me to do my best work. Next to our wonderful team, I also love the work I get to do with clients. Every company has its own unique challenges and I get excited about solving them using my expertise and knowledge.
What’s your vision of Employee Experience for the future? These current uncertain times have placed a spotlight on the need for corporate resilience and the ability to embrace virtual collaboration tools and practices. I believe the future of employee experience is fluid and employees seamlessly flow between different apps and tools. Transparency, authenticity and connectivity will be crucial for companies to continue to innovate and adapt quickly.
What is the achievement you’re most proud of and why? My 5 minutes of fame when I was on the Dutch version of “So You Think You Can Dance”. Not so much because I love the spotlight (although I secretly do), mostly because it was an amazing achievement after an incredibly hard time. I spent over 3 years in a wheelchair and on crutches after a bad injury and was told I might not walk
Shamus has been helping companies evaluate and deploy SaaS technologies for over 10 years. Shamus’ primary focus is technical discovery and launch design to ensure successful implementation of IT components such as provisioning and authentication, security and compliance controls and driving value from the Workplace platform through custom integrations.
What’s your nickname? Shamus is pretty unique so I’ve never really needed a nickname!
What were you doing before Enablo? I worked as a deployment engineer in Accenture’s Google Cloud G Suite practice, providing a wide range of integration and data migration services for clients.
What’s your favourite thing about working for Enablo? Helping companies see the value and power of the Workplace platform in bringing an engaging employee experience to their workforce.
What’s your vision of Employee Experience for the future? With a dramatically changing workforce, the employee experience will need to evolve beyond traditional methods to a more holistic approach, delivered through integrated digital solutions.
What’s your all time favourite app? I have to go back to my first computer and the simple paint application. It really sparked my interest in technology!
Nick’s our US Experience Manager dedicated to making your Workplace implementation as seamless as possible. With over three years experience running Workplace communities, Nick knows exactly what to look for and where to focus during your launch. He’s passionate about reinventing work to be flexible, personal and authentic.
What’s your nickname? Nickelodeon
What were you doing before Enablo? Managing a Workplace community for a hospital system.
What’s your favourite thing about working for Enablo? The passion and personality of our team. It’s amazing working with a talented bunch who are exceptional people, too.
What’s your vision of Employee Experience for the future? In these tumultuous 2020s we all need something to believe in and a community to connect with. Purpose-driven work will become our expectation, and companies that speak to those needs will attract committed talent.
What app do you wish existed? My Local – An app that connects you to everything your local government provides. Access records, lookup utility information, and engage with local leaders on topics that affect your neighborhood.
I’m CEO and Cofounder of Enablo and have been fortunate to work for, or partner with, some of the worlds most widely recognised technology companies to help customers digitize their world of work.
What’s your nickname? Dadge or DJ – depending on who you ask
What were you doing before Enablo? I was working at Microsoft managing one of their largest Azure customers globally
What is the thing you’re proudest of at Enablo? The strength of our partnership with Facebook
What’s your vision of Employee Experience for the future? Having all companies feeling like a community, no matter where in the world you work from
What’s the most important risk you took and why? Quitting my nice paying job to take a bet on building a business around Workplace when almost no-one had heard about it.
As our Head of Operations, Kassie has built and implemented internal policies, established cross-functional workflows, and identified automation opportunities. She also crafted Enablo’s Health & Wellness program and Women of Enablo initiatives in order to support the personal and professional development of the team.
What’s your nickname? Kassie 😉
What were you doing before Enablo? Executive Assistant for C-Level / Board Members in the Private Equity space.
What is the thing you’re proudest of at Enablo? Finding strength in the lows, the culture of our team and the initiatives I’ve created to give back.
What’s your vision of Employee Experience for the future? That each new team member feels welcome in their seat at the table.
How do you continue to grow and develop as a leader? Believing first and foremost that you never stop learning. I draw all that I can from my colleagues and fellow Leadership Team. Feedback is received constructively and personal emotions removed. A leader needs thick skin and to embrace conflict and difficult conversations. Draw something from every experience.
Bella da Silva Daitx
Bella is a Customer Success Manager, passionate about enabling customers to achieve successful outcomes through technology. She brings a wealth of experience to the team after many years of supporting customers in the software space. She’ll oversee our Customer Success program and our support channels. Bella is based in the windy city of Wellington, New Zealand. She has a love for martial arts and sports in general, spending most of her spare time training Capoeira and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
What’s your nickname? B or Little B
What were you doing before Enablo? Prior to Enablo, I was working for Fronde as a Procurement and Customer Success Specialist. I primarily looked after Google Customers across Google Workspace, Chrome, Google Cloud Services and Maps, with a side of Google Training for our customers.
What’s your vision of Employee Experience for the future? Feeling valued, accepted for who you are and being connected to your team. All while working remotely. Given I’m the only Enabler in New Zealand, this is especially important to me. At Enablo we have great technology at our fingertips and really inclusive culture so I have felt connected from day one.
What excites you most about Enablo? The People! From day one, I felt like part of the Whanau and felt the positivity and passion for what we do and deliver to our customers.
What’s your all-time favorite app? At the moment, Google Translate – we have a multilingual household. My daughter is fluent in Maori and Hubby is Brazilian, so he speaks Portuguese, therefore, we are quite often trying to translate words or sentences. Often our sentences are a mix of Maori, Portuguese, and English.
Noah is our Technical Support Specialist at Enablo, which means he looks after both the technical support for our customers as well as the Enablo’s team’s technical requests and makes sure all support is streamlined. His technical skills include Project Management, IT Support and IT Customer Support Analysis, Windows / Windows Server and Exchange, Active Directory and Linux. Noah has a background in Cybersecurity/Operational Security and Information Securities as well as Criminal Justice Studies.
What’ s your nickname? Nova Noah
What were you doing before Enablo? IT Customer Analysis / Operational and Information Security
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? For me in my role, it’s about providing my best expertise so that, as an Enablo team, we have the support to provide exceptional results to our customers.
What excites you most about Enablo? Getting to work with the best in the business and providing exceptional experiences and results. It is also so exciting to transform and be part of the customer experiences.
What’s the one thing you couldn’t live without? Internet – Must have internet. As a person who strives to improve every day, information is key.
Fae’s spent the past thirteen years working in brand and internal communications roles across the Construction and Recruitment industries in New Zealand and the United Kingdom. With experience rolling out workplace tools in her previous role, Fae understands the realities firsthand.
What’ s your nickname? As it only has three letters, I’m regularly asked what Fae is short for. Nicknames tend to be suggestions for longer versions, like Faelina or Faedle.
What were you doing before Enablo? Having fun with my cutest boss yet, my daughter Tilly. Prior to that, I spent almost six years living in London, where I managed Internal Comms for global recruiter PageGroup’s UK business.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Absolute connection, with awareness (and acknowledgment) of how each individual contributes to the organization’s purpose.
What excites you most about Enablo? The passion the team has for what they do and the energy everyone brings to each day. I feel lucky to now be a part of that buzz!
What’s the one thing you couldn’t live without? A Flat White. Regular sized, double shot, and at a temperature almost too hot to drink [not that I’m particular about my coffee or anything…]
Part of Enablo’s People & Culture team, Bec is responsible for finding, connecting and hiring future Enablers to join our team as we continue to grow! She’s responsible for the end-to-end recruitment and candidate experience for Enablo globally, starting from that initial connection, to their first day and ongoing experience with us.
What is your nickname? Bec or Sparkesy
What were you doing before Enablo? Most recently I’ve been finding and hiring talent for a Food Solutions business on the Sunshine Coast, and prior to that was doing the same for the Pharmaceutical industry in Melbourne and London.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? There’s a quote that has stuck with me for many years now – “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Our feelings are pretty powerful, and I want to make sure that those feelings are positive.
What excites you most about Enablo? Honestly, it’s difficult to narrow it down. I’m excited by the people, the collaboration, the innovation, the leadership, the opportunities, the tools and resources available, and the culture that I have joined. I’m also very excited about dog-friendly Friday’s in the office!
What is the achievement you’re most proud of? Hiking the Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea in 2012. I was 21 at the time, was out in the middle of the jungle with no phones or connection to family or friends, and it was mentally, emotionally and physically challenging. It was also one of the best experiences of my life! Since then, my love for hiking, travelling and being out in nature has only grown and I have based holidays around specific hikes like Trolltunga in Norway.
Siobhan (“Von”) is an industry leader in change management and transformation with a passion for helping customers unpack and solve knotty employee, culture, and business problems. As an Experience Director, Von helps our clients drive better connected employee and customer experiences, culture and ways of working.
What is your nickname? Von
What were you doing before Enablo? Ex Google and Cloud Sherpas (Google Partner), I’ve spent the last decade supporting businesses and government agencies of all shapes and sizes embed driving meaningful whole of organisation change and transformations, from tech deployments and process improvement, to aligning corporate strategy, to co-designing and embedding distinctive corporate culture and community
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Empowered employees who feel safe and confident to work out loud, collaborate openly and share freely, and who feel deeply connected to their personal purpose and understand how their work contributes to achieving the goals of their organisation. Not only that, they have the tools and support they need to work better together to deliver value for their customers and each other.
What excites you most about Enablo? The Enablo #dreamteam is a diverse bunch of inspirational, passionate, and smart down-to-earth experts with real-world experience living and breathing the platforms we deliver to customers. I think those lived-experiences provide really rich value to our customers, right? : we know it, we get it, we’re here with you, and we’ll help you build your own authentic connected community together in a way that works for you.
What’s the one thing you couldn’t live without?:
I’ll be another one of those people, but can I say my dog, Chloe? She’s such an intelligent funny little thing that makes me feel so stupidly happy. Loves sticks, hates water, will do anything for chicken.
Laura is part brand and marketing, part PR and media, part communications and content, part EX. With over eight years’ agency and client-side experience, she’s uniquely placed to help our customers share their stories and drive awareness for Enablo, our partnerships and employee experience as a category.
What is your nickname? Lozza, Laz, LN – whatever goes.
What were you doing before Enablo? I spent a lot of time transporting my taste buds to restaurants around the world and connecting people through the joys of food – from my desk! Seriously though, I led the brand and marketing for a hospo tech startup in its hyper-growth phase across six global markets.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Compassionate leadership with a focus on mental wellbeing. Increased global collaborations. More automation, more humans. Consistency and care for all employees – frontline to HQ and everyone in between. For the relationships between tech, experience and business results to FLOURISH.
What excites you most about Enablo? The dream team at Enablo walk the talk – from onboarding to unreal partnerships to employee experience (even the pets get a seat at the table), it’s a beautiful place to be. And with a third of our lives spent at work, I’m excited to be a part of the magic helping distributed organisations around the world do their best work, together.
Who would you want to be stuck on a desert island with and why? Sara Blakely from SPANX. She’s every woman’s entrepreneurial cheerleader, and I’m eagerly awaiting my first-class plane tickets.
For the best part of a decade Sinead’s been working to build a SaaS company in the digital workplace space from the ground up, so she knows first hand how transformational great software can be for an organization. Her passion for equipping clients with the tools to suit their organization right now, but also as they flex and evolve, means she’s perfectly placed in her role as Head of Customer Success.
What is your nickname? As a child it was Toots, in later years it was Shinners!
What were you doing before Enablo? I was part of an awesome team who founded and grew a SaaS intranet company in London.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? I don’t think it’s even a case of work from home versus work from the office anymore. In order to attract and retain talent, companies now need to get behind the idea of ‘work from anywhere’, with work being something we do, not necessarily somewhere we go. Location is irrelevant. This means incredible software that supports this concept and in some cases, meeting the demands that organizations may not even realize they’ll need to support in the future. I’ve been in this space a long time and believe that Enablo has pulled together an incredible trifecta in terms of best of breed software that will allow organizations to get behind this concept.
What excites you most about Enablo? The culture and energy was palpable on day one. I couldn’t ask to join a more vibrant company at the most exciting time, as we scale at pace. A fully immersive online workplace is the future and I’m humbled and excited to have a front row seat.
What is the achievement you’re most proud of?
I’ve hiked through the jungle in Borneo, trekked through an open-plain walking safari, and gone shark diving in Africa. I’ve camped in the Brazilian Amazon as well co-founded and grown a SaaS company in London – all a cake walk compared to motherhood! As cliched as it sounds, my proudest achievements are almost 4 and 6 years old!
Customer Success Manager Rom brings a decade of experience in the SaaS and web development space, working alongside customers to achieve their digital goals. He is passionate about educating and guiding organizations to transform their business while building strong and long-lasting customer relationships.
What is your nickname? Growing up, it was Romi and, later in life, Romski.
What were you doing before Enablo? I worked as an Enterprise Account Manager for an eCommerce online retail solution.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? The workplace has transformed recently and evolved into becoming dispersed across multiple geo-locations. We are on the cusp of a workforce transformation to allow people to work from anywhere they see fit. We will see more technological solutions like the Metaverse, bots, automation, augmented reality rooms, and new solutions still in the making. I’m looking forward to my commute with a jetpack! 🚀
What excites you most about Enablo? The people and the culture are what first attracted me to Enablo. You can sense how everyone loves their work and being part of something special. I am also excited about being part of the future of work. Enablo sits on the cutting edge of providing tools, solutions, and services to enhance companies and help employees grow and reach new achievements.
What is the achievement you’re most proud of? I love traveling and have moved and worked in many different cities across the globe. I’ve met some amazing people from different backgrounds and made lifelong friends along the way. The world is one small village if you let it be.
I am also very proud of my two sons, who are becoming responsible and accountable young men.
Nik works closely with our customers to help them get the very best out of their workplace tools – building connections, spreading shared knowledge, and creating a true community at work for all – no matter the type of work they do or where they do it.
And with a whole lot of experience establishing and maintaining successful customer relationships – we know our customers are in great hands with Nik!
What is your nickname? Duggy
What were you doing before Enablo? Customer Success Manager for Xref, a global HR SaaS company.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Workplace cultures that strongly value and promote inclusiveness, support and authenticity, in turn providing employees with an environment that encourages and enables them to bring the best out of each other and do their best work together.
What excites you most about Enablo? Having the opportunity to support technology that is truly delivering a significant, positive change to employee experience in the workplace. The icing on the cake is being able to work alongside a team of talented, passionate and friendly people who care deeply about the work they do. I also forgot to mention the dog-friendly office ????
What’s your all-time favourite app? Zwift, an online cycling game and training program that enables you to ride, train and compete in a virtual world. You connect your bike to a special device called a smart trainer and when you pedal it moves your avatar throughout the game providing real time resistance through a flywheel which simulates the environment you are riding in (hilly or flat). It is the closest thing to cycling in the real world without actually stepping foot out your door, a blessing during the lockdowns we have experienced throughout COVID.
A WordPress whizz with experience in marketing and project management, Chris is here to make sure our website (yes, this very one!) is the best it can be for existing and prospective customers.
What is your nickname? Chris, nothing fancy 😉
What were you doing before Enablo? Web Developer and Project Manager.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? I see the workplace of the future blending our personal and work lives in a way that feels more natural, not as two distinctly different modes of life. People love to be a part of a thriving community, so why not make it easier to do that? With the right levels of support, communication, and transparency, I think there is a huge opportunity to create an culture that is both conducive to productivity and personal well-being.
What excites you most about Enablo? The sheer potential of transforming workplace culture into something that more accurately fits in with modern times. From both the culture working at Enablo and the actual solutions they provide, it is exciting to be a part of something that improves the livelihoods of everyone involved – the company, clients, and workers.
What’s the one thing you couldn’t live without? Mexican food.
As a mid-market client partner for ANZ, Adam’s focus is developing new business with organizations that have 500-2000 employees. He has 20+ years Sales experience and a track record for building relationships, through his ability to help clients solve problems and achieve business goals with his outside-the-box thinking.
What is your nickname? Hubba/Adsy/Pigeon, to name a few.
What were you doing before Enablo? I’ve spent the past 10+ years selling payroll/HR SaaS solutions, with my most recent role as Business Development Manager for a SaaS company called Rapl.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? A place where you feel valued and are free to be your whole self, with an understanding of your contribution and connection to something bigger. An experience that can successfully blur the lines between being social and business orientated.
What excites you most about Enablo? The direction and expected growth of the company, and the people I have met so far are great!
What’s your all time favourite app? Spotify
As a mid-market client partner, Emily works alongside organizations with 500-2000 employees to help them transform their culture and empower their employees to do their best work, together. She’s passionate about collaboration, communication, and connection and believes digital solutions are fundamental to profitable businesses.
What is your nickname? Highschool – Fordo, Workplaces – Mother Hen and Yoko
What were you doing before Enablo? My career has spanned over twenty years working in Sales and Key Account Management, Sales Management, and Business Ownership roles across Media, Marketing (15 years in digital), Trade, Software, and Accounting industries. My passion is people; I love working with teams who constantly ask ‘What can we do better?’ and ‘What did we learn?’
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Value will be placed on contribution, connection, and flexibility in environments that facilitate transparency, creativity, and improvement.
What excites you most about Enablo? The people, the impact we have on positive culture change within our clients’ businesses, and the multitude of people who benefit from that.
What’s the one thing you couldn’t live without? Yoga
As Sales Director, Peter’s here to help build a world-class sales team in the US.
What is your nickname? My Friends calls me Pete or Petey Swag
What were you doing before Enablo? Senior Sales Manager for a Pharmacy Software company called FDS
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Communications and bringing people together is a massive challenge for many organizations, and it’s something businesses have struggled with long before these challenging times. I believe we can get to a place where everyone feels included as part of a community at work.
What excites you most about Enablo? The opportunity for expansion in the US and the part I get to play in supporting that growth as we move to the next chapter.
How do you continue to grow and develop as a leader? I’m blessed to have had a great network of mentors and inspired leaders who have helped me develop throughout the past 20+ years of my career. Day-to-day, I place accountability on myself to motivate my team, bring positive energy, and take on feedback – good or bad.
What were you doing before Enablo? Working on a Blockchain project and writing an EDM song!
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Human resource is the most important asset of an organization. Everyone should be included and have a voice in their work community. It’s like eating a pizza, and everyone should have one equal slice!
What excites you most about Enablo? The work culture is engaging, motivating, supportive, and fun. And the team is amazing – everyone is so helpful, positive, and collaborative. Enablo is an innovative company with a professional environment.
What’s the one thing you couldn’t live without? My Guitar.
With experience in sales, operations, and services, Nichole’s our Sales Operations superstar for our US-based sales team.
What is your nickname? Nikki – no crazy nicknames for me.
What were you doing before Enablo? Most recently, I took a dive into the life of an entrepreneur as a photographer and a personal branding consultant. Before that, I was a Sales Operation Specialist for a pharmacy software company.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? For every employee to understand and know that their role is essential to the company’s growth. There is no “I” in TEAM, so it takes everyone operating in their assisted role and working to the best of their ability.
What excites you most about Enablo? To be a part of something new while being guided by the experiences of the current successes.
Who would you want to be stuck on a desert island with, and why? My late paternal grandmother. Now that I’m older, there are so many questions I wish I had asked her before she passed away. I would love to know her better.
With a drive to succeed, Matthew likes to crush goals and have fun along the way.
What is your nickname? Matt
What were you doing before Enablo? Commercial Sales Representative at Harness.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Moving slowly toward a fully digital world (we’re already almost there) and seamless connection with co-workers regardless of location.
What excites you most about Enablo? The ability to work with large, popular brands across the US and help improve employee experience. Also, the whole Meta platform (virtual and Workplace).
What is the achievement you’re most proud of? Traveling to Dubai for a week for a Sales Rockstars (or Presidents Club) trip during my time at SiteMinder.
As one of our client partners, Cathain will be focused on developing new business in the US.
What is your nickname? No nickname – just Cathain
What were you doing before Enablo? I’ve been in B2B SaaS sales for the past 5+ years.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? The workplace is becoming digitized, allowing both employees and employers new opportunities that were inaccessible before. While this is great, we still need a space to connect a distributed workplace.
What excites you most about Enablo? Getting in at the ground floor of the US team and helping to grow our new virtual office!
What’s your all-time favorite app? Flappy Bird
Chris has a passion for technology and all the good it can do, with 25+ years of experience helping clients solve complex situations and problems. He also loves a ‘dad joke’; you have been warned!
What is your nickname? People usually call me by my last name – Munizza, or sometimes C.
What were you doing before Enablo? I was in the digital marketing space for 11 years. Before that, I spent 17 years as a fee-based financial planner.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Leveraging technology to help connect and engage every employee throughout the entire organization. Employees will be able to work from anywhere while remaining connected and immersed in the culture and productivity of their role and organization.
What excites you most about Enablo? Being a part of the next generation of business communication and connection. Enablo is positioned to be one of the leaders in this space, and I am excited to be part of that growth.
What is the achievement you’re most proud of? My family. I have been married for over 20 years, and my wife and I have an almost 15-year-old son.
Highly skilled and experienced in Sales Operations, Denille provides support to our ANZ sales team throughout the sales process.
What is your nickname? Denille, Den
What were you doing before Enablo? I worked as a Sales Operations Specialist for Sage Business Solutions handling Sage Intacct portfolio. Before coming to Australia, I was with Cloud Sherpa’s Global Delivery Centre in the Philippines, working as a Sales Operations Associate Manager.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? A work-life balance, with opportunities for learning development.
What excites you most about Enablo? Working alongside ex-colleagues from Cloud Sherpa. Joining the amazing, fun, and collaborative culture at Enablo, where everyone is treated with respect.
Who would you want to be stuck on a desert island with and why? Chris Hemsworth (because why not?!)
Sarah has experience working in Marketing and Communications across a variety of industries, from Events and Association management to Retail, Not-for-Proft, and Education. As our Customer Marketing Manager, she’s all about celebrating employee experience and bringing our customers’ stories to life!
What is your nickname? Saj/Sarah J/Jeffers
What were you doing before Enablo? Working at the University of Queensland as a Marketing and Communications Officer, promoting the student experience to over 50,000 students
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? The employee experience is about living and breathing a great culture. It’s about connection, collaboration, and company values being an extension of the people they hire and work with. My vision of the employee experience is creating a world where we all love going to work, where we can break down old hierarchical structures and just appreciate the role everyone plays by supporting and nurturing growth, wellbeing, transparency, and compassion.
What excites you most about Enablo? Enablo walks the walk and talks the talk. It understands the value of connection and collaboration and puts people at the forefront of its business. It is a truly interconnected business that understands flexibility, innovation, technology, and people. I’m excited to be a part of such an agile and transformative business that is helping to drive cultural change in hundreds of workplaces across the globe.
What is the achievement you’re most proud of? Being nominated for three Excellence Awards back-to-back at the University of Queensland for my contribution to the student experience.
Nisha is one of the US Experience Managers with a huge passion for culture and connecting people. With an “employee-first” mindset and six years of remote/start-up experience, she knows exactly what it takes to cultivate a strong, positive, and nourishing digital work experience for your team!
What is your nickname? Nish 🙂 Pronounced like my name without the A at the end.
What were you doing before Enablo? I spent the last six years working with an education technology start-up.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? Through innovative technology, employees will be able to feel a stronger connection to their communities at work anytime and anywhere! Connectivity and community will empower the employee to find purpose in their work and leave them feeling uplifted and unafraid to have a voice. As a result, this will transform leadership to have an “employee-first” mindset in addition to having a deeper understanding of what their teams experience in their day-to-day lives at work.
What excites you most about Enablo? Our global team! It’s exciting that there are like-minded people across the planet who are passionate about transforming the world of work. The energy and knowledge the Enablers bring to the table as we work together to drive positive change is magical!
What is the achievement you’re most proud of? Becoming a certified Barre3 instructor! Fitness has always been a passion of mine and I used to always wonder if I had the ability to lead a group of people through a workout class with as much inspiration and energy as other instructors. I finally decided to take the leap and try it out, and I’ll never look back!
Engineering Manager Andrew brings 20+ years of experience in software development, using various technologies across an array of environments.
What is your nickname? Robbo
What were you doing before Enablo? A consultant in charge of developing a workflow solution for a digital signage company.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? After Covid, it seems there has been a genuine shift in helping employees communicate to anyone in their organization and more of a focus on work/life balance. With the technology to support this, I think the employee experience for the future will be a feeling of empowerment and flexibility to perform a role as they see fit, in alignment with their organization’s expectations.
What excites you most about Enablo? Working with a group of talented and passionate people who practice what they preach. We use the products we sell, just as our customers do, to create a fantastic workplace culture!
What’s the one thing you couldn’t live without? Aside from my family, it’s probably a toss-up between my guitar and motorbike.
As our very first North America-based DevOps Engineer, Margrate works alongside our Development team to help deliver solutions for our customers.
What is your nickname? Meg
What were you doing before Enablo? Working as a DevOps Engineer for a Consultancy firm across various industries, including healthcare and retail.
What’s your vision of employee experience for the future? A great employee experience will result from people being able to come together and help each other out, offer support, and collaborate in meaningful, productive ways.
What excites you most about Enablo? The diversity and welcoming spirit of the entire team.
What’s the one thing you couldn’t live without? My son.