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Positive Money is run by a team of 8 staff who coordinate the campaign, supported by a team of skilled and dedicated volunteers based in our small London office and across the country. We have 7 directors.

Our Team

Fran Boait

Executive Director

Fran is Positive Money’s Executive Director. Fran ensures Positive Money works with as many different groups of people as possible, to keep the movement growing. Show More...

Ben Dyson

Head of Research

Ben founded Positive Money in 2010. Ben is a co-author of Modernising Money, and focuses on research into reform of the monetary system. Show More...

Screenshot 2015-01-21 19.56.01Dora Meade

Lead Organiser

Dora’s main focus at Positive Money is supporting and developing the fast-growing supporter network. Before working at Positive Money, Dora worked at Quaker Social Action designing and facilitating workshops about money. Show More...

Frank_circular_newFrank van Lerven


Frank started volunteering with us in February 2013 and is now working full-time as a researcher. He was researching issues related to the 1844 Bank Charter Act Show More...


David Clarke

Advocacy & Policy Adviser

David leads Positive Money’s engagement with policymakers in Westminster, Brussels and around the UK. His priority is ensuring greater political and parliamentary scrutiny of the monetary system. Show More...

Mira_circular1Mira Tekelova

Social Media

Mira started volunteering with us in May 2011 and became a full-time member of staff in September 2011. Mira heads up our social media, supports our local events and supports Show More...

Stan_circularStanislas Jourdan

International Coordinator

Stan joined Positive Money in August 2015 as International Coordinator. Before joining us he was lead organiser of the movement for basic income in France and at European level.

Sylviane_circularSylviane Herren

Operations and Finance Manager

Sylviane’s role at Positive Money is to develop and maintain systems that support a creative, collaborative and high performing team. She is managing our operations & finance Show More...

Andrew Jackson


Andrew Jackson is undertaking a PhD at the University of Surrey and advises Positive Money on our ongoing research.  Andrew initially  joined Positive Money as a volunteer in March 2011 and was a full time member of staff between 2011 and 2014. Show More...

Graham Hodgson


Graham was involved in the civil service until retiring and spending the last 15 years independently researching the monetary system and potential reforms.Show More...

Our Directors

Charlotte Millar
(Chair of the Board of Directors)

Charlotte nurtures pioneers of systems change, coaching them to reach their full potential and helping them build network strategies. Currently she does this Show More...

Andy Turnbull_circularAndy Turnbull (Financial Director)

Andy is a Chartered Public Finance Accountant and began his career with business consultants KPMG prior to moving into the third sector. He has well over 15 years’ experience in Show More...

Ian Tennant_circularDr Ian Tennant (Secretary)

Ian left a career in medical research at the University of Edinburgh in 2005 to address the root causes of social, health and environmental imbalances. Show More...

Jennifer Tankard

Jennifer is Director of Advocacy at the Community Development Foundation (CDF) and leads the Community Investment Coalition, which campaigns for access to fair finance. Show More...

Screenshot 2015-01-21 20.03.27Greg Ford

Greg is Head of Communications at Finance Watch, the Brussels-based NGO that conducts public interest advocacy in European financial regulation. Finance Watch has 70+ civil society members Show More...

Anne-MarieAnne-Marie Ainger

Anne-Marie lives Nottingham. Trained as an economist, she started her working life as an ODI fellow, supporting the development of the education sector in Uganda.Show More...

Harmit_circularHarmit Kambo

Harmit has a background in campaigns and communications in the voluntary sector. He is currently the Director of Campaigns & Development at Privacy International, Show More...

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