Lars Pedersen, CEO
Lars joined Questionmark as CEO in 2019 bringing more than 20 years of leadership experience in growing global technology companies from around the world including the USA, Denmark, Italy, Ireland, Japan and the UK.
With a proven track record as a strategic visionary committed to operational excellence, Pedersen previously served as CEO to Creditcall, which specialized in payment gateway services used by companies in Europe, North and South America, South Africa, the Asia-Pacific. He also served as CEO to Ireland-based CommProve, a leading telecom equipment and software company. In helping technology providers from California to New York navigate their next phase of growth across a variety of industries, he held senior executive positions at RESON Inc., a sonar equipment specialist acquired by Teledyne Technologies Inc.; Anritsu, an international field test equipment company focusing on wireless and optical solutions; and GN Store Nord, a global innovator in hearing aid and sound technology.
John Kleeman, Executive Director and Founder
John Kleeman is the Founder and Executive Director of Questionmark. He has a first class degree from Trinity College, Cambridge, and is a Chartered Engineer. John wrote the first version of the Questionmark assessment software system and then founded Questionmark in 1988 to market, develop and support it.
John has been heavily involved in assessment software development for over 20 years and has also participated in several standards initiatives: he was on the original team that created IMS QTI and was the instigator and chairman of the panel that produced the Standard BS 7988, which has now become ISO 23988.
Mike Aspinall, CFO
Mike Aspinall is a seasoned executive with extensive experience overseeing finance for growth organisations. As Questionmark’s CFO Mike is responsible for ensuring that Questionmark is optimised for growth by leading the financial team and harvesting and representing KPIs cross-functionally. Mike is an MBA and chartered accountant with significant financial leadership experience in strategy and business planning for growth, fund-raising, building finance teams and implementing KPIs. Mike started his career at Arthur Andersen, and has worked across media/technology, retail and services sectors in a range of finance and strategy roles.
Joe Fish, Chief Product Officer
As Chief Product Officer, Joe Fish works with Questionmark’s senior managers, customers and prospective customers to determine and direct product strategy; then leads, inspires, and guides the Product Management and Product Development teams to build and successfully deploy product deliverables.
Jennifer Johnson, Chief Customer Officer
Jennifer Johnson joined Questionmark in 2018 and leads Questionmark's business development and account management teams. An acccomplished senior sales executive with 15-year track record delivering revenue and profit gains within highly competitive U.S. and global markets, Jen previously served as Vice President, Global Sales, for Trivantis.
Che Osborne, Vice President of Sales
As Questionmark’s Vice President of Sales, Che Osborne leads a global team that helps corporations, credentialing organizations, educational institutions and government agencies select technologies and services for implementing effective assessment programs. Che has more than 15 years of experience in the field of online assessment and is a certified practitioner of PRINCE2, a process-based approach for project management.
Howard Eisenberg, Director of Solution Services
As Director of Solution Services, Howard Eisenberg oversees a team of consultants who help Questionmark’s customers use, deploy and integrate Questionmark technologies. Howard brings extensive hands-on experience in the design and development of online assessments in both corporate training and higher education contexts. He has given presentations for Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business Distance Education, TechLearn, The League for Innovation in the Community College and the eLearning Guild.
Kaitlyn Lardin, Human Resources Director
Kaitlyn Lardin is responsible for all HR functions including recruitment, employee benefits, HR administration, employee relations and performance management in the US, UK, Canada and Europe.
A former technical recruiter, she holds a master’s degree in Industrial/Organization Psychology from the University of New Haven.
Clare Ramery, General Manager
Clare Ramery supports the activities of Questionmark’s CEO as well as the marketing, sales, customer care, training and consulting teams, coordinating their efforts to achieve efficient operations. She also administers the company’s CRM system and oversees logistics for special events.
Brian McNamara, Marketing Director
A member of Questionmark's senior leadership team since 2004, Brian McNamara oversees Questionmark's global marketing and communications.
A skilled presenter with extensive experience developing and delivering webinars and conference presentations, Brian draws from 20+ years of experience in marketing and public relations, working exclusively with organizations that serve the needs of training, HR, talent management and assessment professionals.