Stefan Gershater

Stefan is a former Royal Navy officer and scientist. Realising that risk was his calling, he sought to take the best of each of his worlds and combine them to help people take better decisions, faster. This has led to a near obsession with how risk is done versus how it could be; incorporating psychology, decision theory, machine learning, and many other disciplines.

Stefan is a complex PTSD and pulmonary embolism survivor and as well as risk, talks on mental health and leadership (but then doesn’t everyone these days?). He rides very fast motorbikes, and makes chopping boards out of wood- see note on mental health.

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