Tuesday, 15 November 2016 16:51

Two senior appointments at Veriluma


Analytics software provider Veriluma has appointed Mark Carrick as vice-president of global public safety and Stuart Nettleton as chief data scientist.

"With the appointment of high calibre personnel such as Mark Carrick and Dr Nettleton to our team, I am confident that Veriluma is in an even stronger position to be able to execute on our strategy and bring early success for the company and our shareholders," said chief executive Elizabeth Whitelock.

"Mark will support Glen Toscan, a former RAAF group captain and defence consultant, and our government and business relations manager, to introduce and implement prescriptive analytics to government and industry."

Carrick is a former NSW commander of counter-terrorism intelligence and is described as one of Australia's most experienced counter-terrorism practitioners.

He has more than 20 years' experience in law enforcement, and previously spent more than five years as the national capability advisor on counter-terrorism intelligence to the federal government's national counter-terrorism committee.

Mark Carrick

Carrick has an MBA from the University of Sydney Business School and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Dr Nettleton, the company's new chief data scientist, most recently worked as a senior lecturer at UTS, and previously held various positions at AVT Plasma, Richard Hill and Associates, Foster Stockbroking, ABN Amro and AIDC. Earlier in his career he worked as an engineer in the electricity supply industry.

He holds a PhD in economics from UTS, an MBA from Macquarie Graduate School of Management, an M.Eng.Sci from UNSW, and a B.Eng from the University of Sydney.

Stuart Nettleton

Dr Nettleton is also a CPA and holds a graduate diploma from the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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