Caroline has been CTO of Zedsen, a start-up developing low-cost non-invasive sensor technology for applications in healthcare and security, since April 2021. She has been a Non-Executive Director at Ceres Power since 2018 and a Trustee of the National Saturday Club since 2017.
Caroline started her career as a lecturer in Engineering at the University of Cambridge. This was followed by various roles at McLaren Formula 1, where she mainly focused on the development of simulations and the first F1 simulator. Caroline moved to McLaren Applied Technologies as a founding member in 2008, where she applied F1 technologies to other markets and became its CTO, before moving to become Babylon Health’s CTO in 2018. She steered Babylon’s Technology organisation through a huge scale-up, developing its AI capabilities whilst localising and deploying their services in 15 countries and obtaining medical certification for its digital products.
Caroline is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and the IMechE and was Visiting Professor at Oxford from 2015 to 2018. She received a CBE for services to Engineering in 2020.