Our Board Members - NeuroOptimize Heart

Rosco Doherty


Rosco Doherty is a military professional with four decades of dedicated service in the Australian Army and Special Forces.  He was awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia in recognition of his leadership skills across multiple operational deployments.  Rosco holds a Master of Business Administration, which complements his diverse array of qualifications and experience, bringing to the board an intimate knowledge of military processes coupled with an extensive network of contacts cross military and business communities.

Sally-Anne Doherty


Sally-Anne Doherty is an academic at Edith Cowan University and is the Discipline Lead for the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Major within the Bachelor of Health Science degree.  Since 2014, she has taught and co-ordinated a variety of units at both undergraduate and postgraduate level in the OSH discipline.  Sally-Anne’s qualifications are underscored by a Master of Occupational Safety and Health (with a specialisation in Safety) and a Bachelor of Business majoring in Human Resource Management.  Sally-Anne is a PhD candidate with a research focus on the safety and well-being of the Australian Defence Force community, with a particular emphasis on their families.  This pursuit of knowledge cultivates her commitment to advancing the understanding of psychosocial hazards with the common goal to minimise factors that may be negatively influencing mental health and well-being.  Hence, Sally-Anne has a deep personal and professional interest that aligns with NeuroOptimize Heart Ltd overarching vision to support and empower the health and well-being of our Australian Defence Force community.

Dan Caddy


Dan is a current member of the Legislative Council of Western Australia. He has taken an active role in promoting and helping ex-Service and Veteran led organisations, as well as organisations dedicated to the welfare of former defence force personnel.

Greg Daly, DSC, AM


Following a long Military career, Greg co-founded a company called experience72 to assist people with workforce productivity, resilience and well-being. With expertise in selecting, cultivating, and enhancing the mindset of high-performing teams, Greg has led successful discreet and complex multinational endeavours worldwide. Thriving in uncertainty, his teams have achieved Australian strategic aims, navigating challenges with innovation and resilience.

Greg's knack for choosing the difficult path, making tough decisions, and embracing failure has equipped him with a profound understanding of how to motivate individuals and teams to surpass their expectations.

While his professional life is marked by strategic prowess, Greg finds solace and inspiration in the ocean, which serves as a sanctuary from life's busyness. Motivated by a passion for personal and professional growth through immersion in nature, Greg’s diverse background is complemented by academic achievements. 

Greg brings a wealth of experience and a unique perspective to every endeavour and to the board at NeuroOptimize Heart.

Jeppe Müller


Founder and Danish citizen. Eighteen years of Army and Special Operations community experience. A veteran of multiple conflicts, incl. Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq. Partner in a global corporation within the Defence and Aerospace industry. Distinguished graduate and Leadership Award recipient at the Danish Army Military Academy and has an executive board education. 

Lene-Christine Winther


Founder of NeuroOptimize Pty Ltd and NeuroOptimize Heart.

Danish citizen who moved to Australia in 2023. Working as an independent consultant for multiple years, assisting companies and executive management teams with organizational and leadership development. Has a background in the financial sector, a diploma in Leadership and Sustainability, Strategic Leadership, Communication and Organization, Personal Leadership, Employee Management, and Professional Development, as well as Organizational Development and Co-Creation. She is part of Huthwaite International trainer faculty in Manchester (UK) and has an executive board education. Lene-Christine has been working with coaching veterans in both related personal development and the transition into civilian society.

Especially veterans, their families and their conditions is the bedrock for her ambitions and dedication within NeuroOptimize. Being married to a veteran herself and having witnessed the effectiveness of the right treatment amongst close friends and relations, have inspired her to try to support those who suffers from mental health disorders, by offering a holistic approach to mental health. 

MeRT, is the abbreviation for Magnetic Resonance Therapy. It is a highly customised use of repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation or rTMS, based on sophisticated diagnostics.

Like rTMS, the MeRT therapy is a non-invasive, painless, and drug-free option for the treatment of a wide range of neurological conditions.

MeRT is a non-invasive, painless treatment

Equipment approved by the Australian Government Department of Health/Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)

Drug free treatment

MeRT treatment does not require sedation and is completely drug-free 

because life quality matters