LEADERSHIP


We are a collaboration of experts from software, industry and science


Each of our leaders has experienced exceptional career achievement in their respective fields of software, industry and science. Intellectual capital is critical for innovation and through collaboration we have created Scopeworker's real field services digitalization for enterprise.

Justin Duval



Justin Duval

Founder, Chief Executive Officer




Justin began his career in engineering management at Optus Telecom in Australia.   He then  went on to program manage the deployment of over $4 billion of wireless telecoms infrastructure across four continents for Nokia  and T-Mobile.  As CEO of Scopeworker, Justin's experience of critical infrastructure field services collaborates with that of software to enable real digitalization.  Justin graduated from Sydney University with B.Eng.
Sean Yazbeck



Sean Yazbeck

Founder




Sean is the founder of an Inc 500 'Fastest Growing Company America' and of OptimalAI, a spinout from University College London's (UCL) AI Centre. Co-founded by Google's Deepmind, the AI Centre is the world's leading AI foundational research laboratory. Sean is the 2014 'Entrepreneur of the Year from British Government's Department for International Trade and the 2006 winner of NBC's 'The Apprentice'. He is also the benefactor of 'The Sean Yazbeck Centre for Digital Innovation', a learning centre for BSc, MSc and PhD degrees in software and business at Solent University, England.  Sean received a BA (Hons) First Class from Solent University and subsequently an Honorary Doctorate (PhD h.c.) in Business.  He is a Visiting Fellow at Solent University.  He is a member of YPO (Young Presidents' Organization).

Brian Sanchez



Brian Sanchez

Chief Technical Officer




Brian is a co-founder and Managing Director of start-up incubator, Rokk3r Labs, where he defines, implements and supports the core technologies, infrastructure and technology delivery of Rokk3r's portfolio companies.  He has helped create over 20 software products and platforms for enterprises and small-to-medium sized businesses across multiple industries. Brain manages development architecture best practices and leads the empowerment of Scopeworker's engineering team through an inspirational culture of excellence, execution and happiness. He works directly with Scopeworker's CEO to drive product innovation and increase value of the company’s intellectual property portfolio. Brian studied Mechanical Engineering at Florida International University.

Lt Gen. David Leakey



Lt Gen. David Leakey, CMG, CVO, CBE

Chief Strategy Officer




David was previously the Director of Operations for the UK's Ministry of Defence (MOD), Director General of the European Union's Military Staff and the Commander of the European Union's Armed Forces (Althea). He was also Gentleman Usher of the 'Black Rod' in the UK's Houses of Parliament. In 1996, David received a CBE from Her Majesty the Queen for his work stabilizing and reconstructing Bosnia and for his role as the UK's negotiator in the Bosnia peace talks. The talks led to the Presidents of Bosnia, Croatia, and Serbia signing the Dayton Peace Agreement. David is a TV and radio commentator on Parliamentary and Defence affairs. He also lectures at Cambridge, Harvard and Yale. David is a graduate of Law at Cambridge University.

Mark Pieszak



Mark Pieszak

Engineering Director, Frontend




Mark has been a part of Google's core Angular Universal team since 2015.  Angular is Google's TypeScript, open-source web application framework.  Mark is the world's second largest creator of the Angular Universal software code.   He is also the official owner and maintainer of ASP.NET Core & Angular Universal (and Vue.js) starters.  He leads the developer-relations of Microsoft’s .Net team in combination with Google’s Angular.  Mark is also a part of the core team of NestJS, the Node.js framework for enterprise-grade, server-side applications on top of TypeScript.  For 20-years, Mark has been building software for Fortune 100 companies.  He graduated from Drexel University with a BSc in Information Systems and Technology.

Kamil



Kamil Mysliwiec

Engineering Director, Backend




Kamil is the inventor of NestJS.  NestJS is the Node.js framework for building enterprise-grade, server-side applications on top of TypeScript. With millions of downloads, NestJS is the world's fastest growing Node.js framework. Kamil is also a Google Developer Expert (GDE) at Google, specializing in Angular, the typeScript, open-source web application framework. Kamil graduated from Politechnika Śląska w Gliwicach with an MSc in Computer Science.

Dr Michael Freid



Dr. Michael Freid

Manager, Strategic Solutions 




Michael is a subject matter expert in Quantum Mechanics. Leveraging a background in solving some of the world's most complex problems he leads digital transformation projects. Reporting to the CEO, Michael works with Scopeworker's engineers and interfaces with Scopeworker clients.  Michael holds a Ph.D. in Theoretical Nuclear Physics from the College of William & Mary and a B.S. in Computer Science & Physics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His work is published in industry-leading peer-reviewed journals and cited by 60+ succeeding papers.

David Williams



David Williams

Advisor, Telecommunications Technology




David was previously the CTO of O2 Telefonica Europe, where he merged Telefonica’s and O2’s networks.  He was also the Senior Vice President of Wireless Technology at Comcast Corporation, where he was responsible for the evaluation and strategy of wireless technology solutions.  His experience includes running all the technological operations for Cingular Wireless (AT&T) and involvement in several mergers.  He joined SBC Wireless following the company’s acquisition of Pacific Bell Mobile Services, where he was key to the integration of their two networks. Earlier, Williams had leadership positions at Orange and Vodafone in the United Kingdom.  David has served on the boards of GSMA and the WiMAX Forum.  

Sue Monahan



Sue Monahan

Advisor, Wireless Carrier Engagement




For 18 years, Sue was the Director of GSMA North America. Sue oversaw all of GSMA North America's technical working groups including Network Interoperability, Services, Billing, Roaming, Fraud and Security, Standards, Terminals and Smart Cards. Sue is currently the CEO of The Small Cell Forum, the independent industry and operator association that supports small cell deployment worldwide. As Small Cell Forum CEO, Sue is responsible for carrier engagement and interactions with partner organizations. She also manages senior-level interactions with the Forum’s working and technical groups. Previously Sue held senior positions at AT&T, Verizon Wireless and Telcordia.  Sue graduated from University of Delaware with a B.S. Degree in Computer & Information Sciences.