Fuse is built on a simple idea: Solving the problem of capturing and digitizing the tacit knowledge of experts in your organization and making that knowledge universally accessible.
We started with FuseSchool, a charitable foundation started by Steve Dineen that empowers millions of learners around the globe by giving them access to a world-class education for FREE — anytime, anywhere. It currently has more than 10 million learners with a goal of 100 million by 2023.
Steve Dineen founded Fuse in 2008 as an enterprise learning and knowledge platform that ignites people performance through active engagement and positive learning experiences. He has long been driven by one clear mission: forever change enterprise learning and development. He is a serial tech entrepreneur who, prior to founding Fuse, successfully scaled and sold the UK digital learning venture Fuel, a company that became Europe’s second-largest bespoke digital learning company, servicing 40 of the FTSE 100.
Steve has long been driven by one clear mission: to democratise education for all through continuous innovation in learning tech. Prior to founding Fuse, Steve successfully scaled and sold UK elearning venture Fuel — a company that became Europe’s second-largest bespoke elearning company, servicing 40 of the FTSE 100.
Steve’s biggest professional achievement to date is founding FuseSchool — an educational platform that delivers GCSE-grade education to anyone in the world, for free. Ten years on, Steve is incredibly proud to see this initiative helping 10 million learners around the world every year.
Luke is passionate about helping innovative tech businesses to grow and reach their full potential. A seasoned tech industry leader, Luke previously held C-level roles at scaling martech and fintech companies, including Yieldify, Red Deer, and Maxymiser. Luke brings more than 25 years of industry experience and knowledge to his role as Chief Exec at Fuse — a position that sees him steering all aspects of company leadership, commercial stewardship, and strategic governance.
Learning industry veteran Roberta Gogos has held senior marketing roles at Docebo, Looop, and The Starr Conspiracy. As Fuse’s VP of Marketing, Roberta spearheads the company’s marketing strategy at a global level. She specialises in brand, position, and developing strategies that build market share and profitability.
When she’s not “Fusing,” Roberta is advocating for animal rights or enjoying the great outdoors somewhere. Roberta has lived and worked in Asia, Europe, South America, and Australia, and as a result she speaks five(!) languages: English, Greek, Portuguese, Japanese, and French.
With more than 20 years of experience in learning strategy and workforce transformation, Ray takes care of our Client Services teams and, as a former Fuse client, helps clients achieve business performance through the democratization of learning. His claims to fame outside of L&D are traveling to five continents, 25 countries, and 44 U.S. states, winning 2nd place in the U.S. roller figure skating championship, and setting the mic on fire with his karaoke skills.
Rhys has over 15 years of experience in learning strategy and technologies, and joined the Fuse Tribe after being a client — twice! As Product Director, he works across the business to shape and deliver the Fuse product.
When not building the future of learning, Rhys writes and performs comedy, plays the piano, and is a long-suffering Arsenal fan!
Peter joined Fuse in January 2021 to drive our technology forward, with a focus on serverless cloud and data architectures. With him, he brings over 30 years’ experience in delivering transformative IT solutions to the public and private sectors. Peter enjoys playing the drums with his blues band and riding motorcycles.
Tom has been a Strategic Learning Consultant driving change in large-scale organisations for a number of years, and has formerly held senior sales and customer success roles at Valamis and Skillsoft. Tom is also a keen golfer, although he admits that there are probably much better, less stressful hobbies he could pursue.