Dave Bartram retired in July 2016. He was Chief Psychologist for CEB’s Talent Management Labs. Before SHL’s acquisition by CEB he was Research Director for SHL and prior to that Dean of the Faculty of Science and the Environment and Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Hull, UK.
He has been awarded Fellowships by the British Psychological Society (BPS), the Ergonomics Society, the International Test commission (ITC), the Academy of Social Sciences, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) and the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP). He is Extraordinary Professor in the Department of Human Resource Management at the University of Pretoria, South Africa and honorary Professor at the University of Kent, UK.
He has been a member of the ITC Council since 1994 and has served as President (two terms) and as Secretary-General. He is currently Treasurer and Chairs the 2021 Colloquium Local Organizing Committee.
Ananda van Tonder relocated from South-Africa to the United Kingdom in 2006 with extensive working experience covering that of Human Resources and Executive Personal Assistant.
After starting a family in 2009 she decided to move on from the “Corporate World” in order to restore work-life balance.
She pursued a part-time position advertised by the International Test Commission and was appointed in October 2011.
She has been part of the team ever since which has been almost 10 years, managing the ITC Office.
Catalina Popoviciu is a clinical psychologist and a doctoral student at the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Department of Psychology, University of Bucharest. Her doctoral thesis focuses on the impact of Social Media use on mental health. Currently, she is actively involved in the Center for Applied Psychology (CAP – www.appliedpsychology.ro), which is the main research arm at the Department of Psychology at the University of Bucharest. At the CAP, Catalina is the coordinator of the Social Media and Mental Health research lines.