Former SAS Team Commander and registered Psychologist, Anthony “Harry” Moffitt, recently retired after almost 30 years with the Australian Defence Force, most of which was spent with Australia’s elite Special Air Service (SAS) Regiment as a Team Commander and specialist.
He has completed 11 active service deployments, including being wounded in action in 2008. Harry completed his time with the SAS as its Director of High- Performance.
He is the Asia-Pacific Director for the Mission Critical Teams Institute (dedicated to improving the success, survivability, and sustainability of mission critical teams) and founder and architect of the multimillion-dollar Wanderers Education Program (dedicated to providing in-service education opportunities for ADF members).
Harry has a strong background in research and writing, and is the lead singer and songwriter for The Externals.
Danielle is a secondary school teacher with a strong background in explicit learning and development, underpinned by decades teaching young adults here and overseas, where she developed world-class instructional strategies and advanced teaching methods.
Danielle has formal qualifications in Aboriginal and Intercultural Studies, along with a teaching degree. She is passionate about equity, diversity and communication, having spent many years developing resources for Indigenous students and those from diverse backgrounds.
Danielle is the Director of Operations at Stotan Group and also contributes to content development and delivery.
Melanie is an experienced organisational development consultant and Registered Psychologist.
She has spent over 25 years consulting across a number of industries accelerating organisational capability through leaders and teams. She has also worked in international development in the Asia Pacific region and subcontinent. Melanie has over 20 years working as a military psychologist (reserve) with over 12 years in Special Operations with a focus on human performance and leadership.
Her consulting and academic career has seen her focus on safety systems, work and well-being, workplace mental health, trauma management and psychosocial risks.
Melanie has a passion for childhood immunisation and maternal health and volunteers with the Immunisation Foundation of Australia.
Amelia is a Master of Psychology (Organisational) student at Deakin University. She has experience working in talent and capability, leadership development and cultural change.
As one of our Stotan Performance Consultants, Amelia will specialise in the development and implementation of performance improvement initiatives that enhance and sustain the overall health and wellbeing of teams and employees.