Our Team

Scott Ward

Scott Ward

Founder, Vancouver

Scott started out as a software developer with startups, established companies and as a freelancer. On the business side, he’s worked in marketing, business development and sales. And of course, he’s a certified coach with training from the Coaches Training Institute. He founded HabitStack because it combines three of his passions: business, technology and working with executives who want to push themselves to achieve great things.

Casey Moore

Casey Moore

Virginia

Casey has helped busy executives improve performance and live more fulfilling lives since 2000 through her coaching, workshops and book "Stop Organizing, Start Producing". She’s the inventor of the Productivity Chain model and serves on the board of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals. She specialises in helping successful executives raise the bar even farther.

Ken Lane

Ken Lane

Denver/Colorado Springs

Ken spent 10 years in Silicon Valley leading engineering, development, and operations teams in companies such as MCI, Hewlett-Packard, Bechtel Engineering, and dot-com startups. He has started, closed and sold 6 businesses. Ken’s been coaching and consulting since 2001 and is certified in Organizational Change Management. He specializes in leadership development, strategic clarity and change management.

Todd Curzon

Todd Curzon

Seattle

Todd has over 15 years of management consulting experience with companies like Microsoft, Motorola, Boeing, and Colliers. He has the rare combination of a background in technology (including a degree in computer science), experience in business, and deep skills in coaching -- and loves working with tech entrepreneurs. His specialities are leadership development, strategy execution, and building high performing teams that deliver results.

Ruy Diaz

Ruy Diaz

Lead Software Developer, Vancouver

Ruy is the developer behind our software applications and one of the best engineers we’ve ever worked with. He writes software for HabitStack and a few other select clients through his consulting company Lamnidae.