Our leadership team inspiring a sustainable change to the future of healthcare
Environment and Sustainability Manager
Kath Child has a BSc in Forestry from University of Copenhagen and worked most of her professional life in project management in geospacial development and analysis. Kath moved to Stroud in 2011 where she founded a geospatial software consultancy. A personal interest in community and change making, saw her founding a community space focussing on textiles and sustainable living. Kath's first project with Invivo was to facilitate B Corp certification and to understand our environmental and social impact.
Customer Service Manager
Sian has many years of customer service experience across different industries, both in the UK and Zimbabwe, where she is from. Sian is one of the original team and has helped in all departments as the company has grown.
Sue Camp, MSc
Clinical Education Manager
Sue Camp graduated with a B.Soc.Sci in Clinical Psychology at the University of Natal, South Africa before re-locating and re-training in Nutritional Therapy (BSc) and Personalised Nutrition (MSc) from the Centre of Nutrition and Lifestyle Management and Middlesex University. Sue is due to graduate with full Functional Medicine certification with the Institute of Functional Medicine in 2019. Sue currently practices as a Nutritional Therapist in London.
Louise Joyce, ND
Business Development Director
Louise Joyce is an Australian-trained Naturopath with just under 20 years of industry experience. Louise had her own clinical practice in Queensland before working for industry-leading clinical healthcare companies both in Australia and the UK. Louise joined Invivo in 2017 as Business Development Director.
Buying and Compliance Manager
Belinda studied Food & Nutrition in Australia, then moved to Canada, Bermuda and the UK, where she developed a keen interest in natural and organic products. After a long stint working as a buyer for an organic grocery chain, she joined Invivo in 2017 as the Buying and Compliance Manager. She is currently studying beekeeping and is Invivo's resident sourdough aficionado.
Humphrey Bacchus joined Invivo as Director of Clinical Services in 2014 after a decade working in numerous physical medicine and clinical nutrition clinics. In 2016 he became the Managing Director. His vision for microbiome-centred medicine and responsible business practice has helped develop Invivo's clinical diagnostics and therapeutics, as well as B Corp certification.
Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything
George Bernard Shaw
Faye Ingram has a first class honours degree in Accounting and Financial Management with Business Management, as well as CIMA qualification. Faye has worked across several industries in her career and has been with Invivo since 2017, initially as Finance Manager and now as Finance Director. She is Chair of Governors at a local school and is a qualified running coach.
Lucy Rothwell, MSc
Marketing & Education Manager
Lucy Rothwell graduated with a first class BSc (Hons) in Human Science from University College London, specialising in human evolution. Lucy went on to graduate with a first class MSc in Personalised Nutrition at the Centre of Nutrition and Lifestyle Management and Middlesex University. Her MSc dissertation, entitled: Early-life stress: the gut microbiome and stress responsivity; LPS and neurodevelopment, was chosen for presentation at the Mind, Mood, Microbes conference in Amsterdam, 2019. Lucy joined Invivo in early 2016 as the first member of the marketing team.
Don Maree founded Invivo in March 2007. With a background in human health and performance, Don was motivated to find the highest quality tools to drive improvement. Since the early days, Invivo has been a leader, shaped by innovation and incredible people. This continues as the company pioneers new frontiers in this exciting and wonderous space.
Laboratory Services Manager
Lucinda has a first class honors degree in Blood Science, specialising in assay validation and development. Qualifying in 2015 as a registered Biomedical Scientist, she started her career in the Biochemistry Pathology Laboratory at Gloucester Royal Hospital. Moving from the NHS into the private medical field in 2016 provided many opportunities for professional growth, and led to her joining Invivo as Laboratory Services Manager in 2018.