Our dedicated team
At Wellbeing.ai we believe that every workplace deserves to thrive through careful planning and understanding of the employees’ needs. Combining years of experience both in business and in science, with strong big-data analytics skills and the passion for excellence, our team promises to revolutionise wellbeing at work. Find out more about us below.
Laurent is a serial entrepreneur with a passion to bring people-centric innovation to market. In the software and telecom business, he was able to build up experience at Zappware, Telenet, Ericsson, Siemens, Proximus and Philips. He provides advice to several scale-up companies among which Ocular and TelSmart.
Dr. Nikolaos Dimitriadis is an award-winning communications professional, educator and consultant. He has scanned more than 6,000 brains globally for Neuromarketing and NeuroHR purposes.
He has authored two books for Kogan Page, London: “Neuroscience for Leaders” and “Advanced Marketing Management”. He is a Professor of Practice at The University of York European Campus, Greece, and a Visiting Professor at the School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
He is also the Chairman of the People Committee at the World Innovation and Change Management Institute, Switzerland, and the Head of Neuro Consulting Services at Optimal HR Group, Greece.
Jeison Parra Tíjaro has completed research in Barcelona (Spain), Durham (UK), in brain, behaviour and decision making, getting expertise in neuroimaging techniques and emotional tracking technology.
In the private sector he has performed research linking psychological variables such stress and thinking styles with work performance, as well as studies in consumer behaviour. He has an extensive background in statistical analysis, primary data collection and execution of pilot projects.
Moreover, he has majors in management and psychology, and graduated with an MBA in 2012.
Sanja Pejcic is a customer success manager with a decade of international experience in project management and communications, most recently running Starbuster program for Teams apps integrations at Microsoft.
Her experience working with hundreds of Microsoft partners gives her a broad perspective on challenges modern companies face as they adopt new technologies.
As someone who suffered from the burnout herself, Sanja is passionate about helping people use science-based methods and technology to detect early signs of anxiety and burnout and learn how to be in charge of their own wellbeing.
Highly motivated, reliable, and result-oriented Frontend developer, who loves programming and enjoys finding solutions for coding challenges, fascinated about building client-side interfaces and websites.
Passionate about learning new things.
International conference speaker and ambassador for Hack Your Future Belgium
Hatem Alharazin is a statistician and a data scientist. Hatem holds a master’s degree in statistics and a data science, and a master’s degree in social data science from KU Leuven university – Belgium.
Through his master’s degrees he worked for the national bank of Belgium (NBB) as a researcher in the R&D department. During his education journey, he participated as a co-author in several scientific publications.
Hatem has 10 years of diverse experience in statistical analysis and data science techniques. He is familiar with modern technologies and programming languages such as R, SAS, and Python, friendly user of different operation systems such IOS and Windows. Enthusiastic about further developing, willing to go out of his comfort zone and loves to make significant impact and massive contribution.
Alan Maene is a young software engineer captured by technology and programming since he was 15.
With various projects throughout his life and recent experience in the diamond and luxury sector, he sets his goals of improving general and work-related wellbeing
Simon Dujardin is a young Data Science graduate from UCLouvain (BE).
Through several collaborations with UCLouvain, St. Luc Hospital, and SPW, he learned how to use quantitative methods to solve health issues and support research.
While being uncompromising on data protection and privacy, he is willing to get the most out of data to improve people’s lives.