We want to help students feel in control of their time.

At Adapt, our mission is to help students stay on top of their work. Whether it’s starting a new independent project, completing a school assignment or tackling a difficult task, we exist to keep you on track and productive.

Adapt CEO Maud Millar


CEO, Co-founder

Why are you here, building Adapt, today?
I’m a secondary school teacher, and I got so worried when schools closed that students wouldn't know how to structure their time and would end up falling behind.
What did you wish you knew when you were doing your exams?
How much teachers genuinely want you to do well. All that setting work, keeping you busy, it's to help you succeed. We’re rooting for you!
Which Hogwarts house would you be in?
Ravenclaw till I die. I still get angry that Hermione wasn’t in Ravenclaw. Ditto McGonagall, my spirit animal.
Adapt CCO Sarah Peters


CCO, Co-founder

What are you passionate about?
Mental health! I’ve researched mental health in young adults for 5 years now, and I’m interested in how we can combat burnout and exam stress to prevent students from experiencing depression or anxiety later on.
What’s your top study tip?
Never put anything in your notes that you don’t understand. Honestly- this forced me to actually learn what I was writing.
Where’s your happy place?
Definitely Hampstead Heath on one of the first days of summer… with ice cream of course!
Adapt CTO William Marsey


CTO, Co-founder

What do you love about Adapt?
The way it uses technology to make a long and boring job quick and easy. That’s why I love tech; it makes people’s lives easier.
If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?
Write music. I’m a composer when I’m not coding, and if I didn’t have to sleep I might actually get my masterpiece finished.
What’s one thing you couldn’t live without?
My piano. I use it to destress after a long day.
Adapt Head of Sales and Partnerships Hussein El Fadel


Head of Sales and Partnerships

What is your role?
I am responsible for leading the development of new opportunities, primarily through building relationships with new and existing partners.
What was the most frustrating thing for you at school?
How you’re taught HUGE amounts of content, but hardly any real world skills. Like, say, how the hell do you plan work?
All time favorite meal?
A seafood restaurant on the south coast of Sri Lanka, I think it was called Mali’s. Was unbelievable.