unpacking money as we know it
- and designing new currencies -
as social technologies
Uniting an academic background in neurobiology, philosophy and economics with life and work-experience on 4 continents, I had worked as an independent consultant on collaborative processes and complementary currencies since 2009.
Having focused solely on complementary currencies as a consultant and researcher since early 2010, I was recently awarded a PhD in monetary theory from Lancaster University (October 2018).
From 2012 until July 2015 I worked as a researcher and project-manager at the New Economics Foundation in London, heading up research and communications for the EU Interreg project Community Currencies in Action.
I currently work as a freelance consultant on complementary currency design, research and implementation projects. Click here for my short bio or resumé and feel free to contact me for more information or proposals.