Our People

Meet some of the people who work at AMCL and see how they create value for our clients and society. A selection of our directors and consultants who work across our global offices and services, providing insight into their journeys and what it’s like to work here.

“Being part of a team that consistently drives innovation is exciting and motivating.”

Laura Hatton

Consultant

London, UK

“I get great satisfaction from being helpful and making a positive difference
to others”

Michael Patterson

Regional Manager

Southeast Asia

“It is gratifying to feel that my personal contribution can really influence the business.”

Toby Kizner

US Director of Operations

New York, USA

“The most important lesson I have learned over the last 20 years is the value of investing in your people”

Richard Edwards

Co-Founder and Global Technical Director

London, UK

“Everyone is willing to share their knowledge & experience”

Han Sheng

Principal Consultant, 
Asset Data Analysis Lead

Seattle, USA

“Simply put,
I feel valued”

Lesley Hamilton

Technical Director

Dubai, UAE

“I am exposed to a kaleidoscope
of industries, disciplines, clients and cultures.”

Shane Wild

Consultant

Adelaide, AUS

“Since joining, I have had the chance to work with teams across the world.“

Scott Fransen

Consultant

London, UK

“I enjoy working alongside people who challenge me“

Jim Cooper

Global Digital & Asset Information Director

London, UK

“We don’t just bring a pen and paper, we bring tried and tested frameworks that empower our clients to succeed.”

Alexander Damas

Principal Consultant

London, UK

“I am helping clients be responsible stakeholders of the assets under their care.”

Mathew Oakey

Principal Consultant

Sydney, AUS

“A big part of what drew me to AMCL was the opportunity to learn and grow. ”

Tanbera Razzaque

Senior Consultant

New York, USA

“The most important point that I always emphasize is to consider “Asset Performance Management” as more than just a technology implementation project. ”

Nastaran Adeli

Principal Consultant

Toronto, CA

“Common challenges for government and asset-intensive agencies include aging infrastructure, funding constraints, insufficient data, and outdated technology systems.”

Sam Steffes

Senior Consultant

Minneapolis, USA