Change is happening.
We have a vision for the future of mental health.
Through our products and services, we are working to ensure everyone enjoys better mental health.
Supported by our partners, we are developing digital therapeutics to make scalable, evidence-based treatment available to all.
Our consultancy practice supports employers and healthcare organisations drive meaningful change.
Lumino is supported by:
Better mental health
Our products and services
We are developing digital therapeutics to make truly scalable, evidence-based treatment available to those who need it.
We are supported by a range of partners in this work, including Innovate UK, the Oxford Academic Health Science Network, BioCity and the Eastern Academic Health Science Network.
Our first product, currently in development, focuses on supporting women's health. By combining a solid clinical evidence-base with engaging design, we are developing new ways for people to access high-quality, convenient support.
Our consultancy practice focusses on two areas of work.
Many businesses want to support their employees to enjoy better mental health. We help employers to do precisely that, with an approach grounded in evidence.
Lumino also works with healthcare organisations and policy makers. Digital technology presents many opportunities to support better mental health for everyone. We help make sense of a rapidly evolving landscape and support driving change.
We’re building a great team at Lumino. All of us are committed to a relentless focus on user outcomes, respect for clinical evidence, and a love of creativity.
Becky has over fifteen years' healthcare experience, working in mental health public policy at a national level. She co-founded and chaired the Mental Health Policy Group (a coalition of six UK national organisations including Mind, Rethink Mental Illness and the Royal College of Psychiatrists), which secured major policy commitments in a number of areas, including increasing mental health funding. The UK Government have pledged a £2.3bn increase in mental health funding in England by 2024.
In addition to public policy, she has consulted for a range of organisations, from health technology companies to charities including Unicef UK.
Becky is a Fellow of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust and of the Royal Society of Arts. She has degrees from the University of Bristol and the University of London. In 2017, she graduated from the University of Cambridge's Executive MBA programme, where she was awarded several academic awards including the Director's Award and a Sainsbury's Scholarship.
Product Strategy Director
Mo is an accomplished strategist and technologist, with broad expertise in contemporary experience and brand strategy plus the solutions underpinning them, including relationship and experience platforms, automation, analytics and omnichannel development.
At agencies including McCann and Digitas, Mo has led multidisciplinary teams on clients like Apple, Dyson, Starbucks, Nestlé, EE, Santander, BSkyB, P&G, Gap, Department of Health, Dogs Trust, Macmillan and Amnesty International.
He is well-practiced at helping brands, from start-ups to multinationals, find innovative ways to improve experiences for their customers. He is passionate about mental health, living with both bipolar disorder and epilepsy, and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
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