Tranquiliti was founded to help create a change in the education system. We’re driven by our own personal experiences of poor mental health, and the time we’ve spent working at schools, where we saw an imbalance between wellbeing and academics.
Since 2018, we’ve worked with teachers, students and experts across mental health and education to develop an intuitive and intelligent service that helps students and schools to address this imbalance and start to make a change.
Aaron has worked at a Pupil Referral Unit and at the School for Social Entrepreneurs, where he designed and led start-up programmes for clients such as Lloyds Bank, PwC, and Linkaters.
George has worked at a school and as a public sector consultant. Most recently, he worked at the think tank New Philanthropy Capital, where he helped fundraise for their innovation and tech-for-good projects.
Penny was a teacher for a decade and has worked with educational organisations on their growth since 2007. She is a school governor and MAT Trustee, and an associate at the Leeds Beckett Centre for Race, Education and Decoloniality.
Ben is an experienced organisational consultant focused on helping schools develop cultures that enable wellbeing. He has helped develop strategy at a number of schools, school trusts and education-focused charities.
James has worked on Tranquiliti since the beginning. He runs Pala, a consultancy specialising in app development and analytics, and his experience includes implementing machine learning on a project at CERN.
Kira has been involved in the research and design of Tranquiliti for over a year and holds a BA (Hons) in Design from Goldsmiths, University of London.
Tom is the Chairman of the West London NHS Trust, and has held senior positions at several corporate and public organisations in his career.
Patrick is former CEO of Teacher Support Network, a service delivering wellbeing support to school staff across the UK. He is now the Managing Director at Enterprise Values and Founder Director of Connect Assist.
Alex is a Researcher for Mental Health and Wellbeing at The Children’s Society, leading on research and analysis for their national wellbeing measurement tool - The Good Childhood Index.
Richard is the Policy and Research Manager for Mental Health and Wellbeing at The Children’s Society, and also works as a School Governor.