Meet Our Team
We are pleased to welcome Dr Darren Dawson to our team. As Director of Engineering & Clinical Practices, Darren's primary function is to identify, resarch and help develop opportunities for our business growth and technological advancement.
Our founding team members are:
John Fitzgerald - Managing Director: John is an experienced entrepreneur and an executive with a successful 30 + year career providing strategic advice & project management services to clients & companies interested in new technologies. On occasion, as an executive coach to CEOs, he helps to improve sales and marketing by developing 'go-to-market' strategies.
Paul Clarke - Marketing/Company Secretary: With over 16 years applied experience in the world of sports performance (coaching, S&C and sports science) as well as a background in corporate sales Paul’s advises on refining & developing our product-range through the lens of the end-user so that deliver they most useful outcomes and highest levels of value. Along with CEO John Fitzgerald, Paul leads our customer facing function and also works alongside Declan O’Sullivan to create & deliver the education programs/modalities that offer context, understanding and platform for our various solutions.
Kevin Conlan - Technology Director: Kevin is an NUIG Sports Engineering graduate - involved in the day to day running of the Anamo's sports lab in Cork. His background in sport has enabled him to develop a deep understanding of the technologies that are required to analyse human motion.
Declan O' Sullivan - Phtysiotherapist, Director: Is a Chartered Physiotherapist working in the private sector and is currently teaching at the University of Limerick to undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy students. He has nearly 20 years experience working in high performance sports environment both as a sport physiotherapist and as a strength and conditioning coach which he draws upon when guiding Anamo on their research and development projects. He has a keen interest in the biomechanical risk factors associated with injury.