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©2020 by Inclusiv Education. 

Our Team

We're a specialist eLearning services provider for the international development sector

About Inclusiv Education

Inclusiv Education was established in response to need from Save the Children Australia's social venture company, Inclusiv Ventures, for a partner in eLearning technology and services. 

Founders Steve Watt and John March bring a combination of industry experience in enterprise learning technology support services and international development program delivery and it follows that our business specialises in educational technologies and services provision to Development Organisations such as INGO’s.

Our Ethos

Capacity building

We seek to work in ways which support capacity building in the countries in which we work.  We aspire to help generations of educators and trainers develop the skills necessary to effectively use eLearning to increase access to high quality of education and training.  Through our partnership with Inclusiv Ventures and their Joint Venture partner, Save the Children, we co-design programs which

  • train teachers, lecturers and education volunteers to prepare and design eLearning courses

  • mentor them to successfully facilitate courses

  • and establish local technical support, training and eLearning consulting capabilities

How Inclusiv Education is a different kind of partner

International Development and Enterprise eLearning services experience

Unlike a conventional EdTech services provider, Inclusiv Education

...translates the high degree of Development & Humanitarian literacy its staff bring through its relationship with Incusiv Ventures and Save the Children into tailored learning platforms and local learning and training services, appropriate for Development Organisations and developing economies.


Unlike a Tech4Development specialist, Inclusiv Education:

...has global supplier and collaboration networks with leading mainstream EdTech firms including a number of certified Moodle Partners.  Through our partnerships and networks we have staff who bring decades of experience in EdTech executive management and delivery of large scale projects with government and corporate partners.

Steve Watt

Co-Founder, Managing Director

Steve has worked in education & training leadership roles for over 20 years and is currently leading the technology team deploying digital  curriculum to 15,000 children, teachers and parents in PNG.  


Ex Regional Vice President, Blackboard, Australia & NZ  and then Advisor to the global  Board of Moodle.

Steve is founder of EdTech management consulting firm, EDT Partners Asia Pacific and is also Co-Founder of  Inclusiv Ventures and Inclusiv Education.

Melanie Worrall

Director, Learning Technology Consulting

Melanie’s My passion for digital learning has developed from over 20 years of working across all learning sectors.


Mel has worked with Higher Education, VET organisations and HR departments to implement digital education infrastructure, design and develop learning experiences as well as build delivery and assessment capabilities. 


Melanie has a commitment to the building of communities of practice and knowledge sharing through the building of learning communities and sharing the results of research and projects.

Melanie is passionate about learning in all its forms and holds a number of qualifications including an MBA, Master of Philosophy, Bachelor of Education (Education and Training of Adults) and a Bachelor of Arts.

Solange Lalonde

Curriculum and Learning Independent Advisor

Solange is an experienced curriculum developer and leader in transformative practices in education with a demonstrated history of working with large-scale projects in teaching and learning.


Skilled at conceptualizing, designing, and implementing curriculum for professional learning; decolonizing approaches in education; strategic planning; assessment; and public speaking.


Solange is an accomplished education professional and researcher with a Master of Arts in Educational Research in Curriculum and Learning from the University of Calgary.

John Marsh

Co-Founder, Executive Director

John has worked in both business and aid sectors and has 20 years experience in donor funded private sector work in the Pacific, Africa and  Asia.

John has been country and regional program director for Concern, and Oxfam, worked with Ernst & Young providing Shared Value advisory services to  corporate clients and ODA donors.  


John is a Co-Founder of  Inclusiv Education and Inclusiv Ventures

Rebecca Andary

Product Management Advisor

Rebecca has nearly a decade eLearning product management experience supporting enterprise deployments and is a Masters Qualified teacher.

Ex Senior Manager, Managed Services and Product Management for Blackboard and NetSpot,  Rebecca has led product development strategies for the worlds biggest Moodle businesses . Rebecca works across customer acquisition and retention, IT roadmap development and execution and excellence in service delivery.


Rebecca also has extensive experience in running service desks and in project management and IT coordination.

~ In Memoriam ~

Tom Murdock

Past Independent Advisor

Tom's advice during the formative phases of our business was instrumental as we explored partnerships, appropriate pedagogical theory and opportunities to extend the benefits of the Open Source Moodle project into developing countries. 

Tom was an accomplished product visionary, marketer and company founder.  His work moved organisations towards reflective habits, scaffolded knowledge, and offered resonant leadership with a lot of heart.

Tom was a co-founder of Moodlerooms, and subsequently Education Advisor for Moodle.

Tom passed away in late 2018 and we aim to celebrate his life with every new educational opportunity created.

About our sister company, Inclusiv Ventures.

The mission of Inclusiv Ventures is to develop  social ventures which bring sustainable solutions to poverty and exclusion through partnerships between the private sector, donors and development organisations.

Inclusiv Ventures works in partnership with some of the world's leading corporations and development organisations.


Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organisation for children. As a global organisation, in 2018 Save the Children directly reached more than 40 million children in more than 118 countries.

Inclusiv Ventures is a Joint Venture involving Save the Children Australia and Inclusiv Education's co-founders, John Marsh and Steve Watt.