As CTO of Zedsen, Caroline is responsible for taking Zedsen’s pioneering non-invasive sensor technology and developing it into consumer and medical products that will transform how we proactively monitor our health. She is also a Non-Executive Director at Ceres Power and a Trustee of the National Saturday Club. Caroline started her career as a lecturer in Engineering at Cambridge, followed by various roles in McLaren Formula 1, mainly focused on the development of simulations and the first F1 simulator. She moved to McLaren Applied Technologies as a founding member in 2008, to apply F1 technologies to other markets and became its CTO, before moving to become Babylon Health’s CTO in 2018. Caroline is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and was Visiting Professor at Oxford from 2015 to 2018. She received a CBE for services to Engineering in 2020. Caroline is committed to building a strong technology organisation which will enable Zedsen’s products to change people’s lives, driving healthier choices through meaningful unobtrusive real time biological feedback.