Team

Board of Directors

E. Glen Weyl
E. Glen Weyl
Glen Weyl is a political economist and social technologist whose work focuses on harnessing computers and markets to create a radically equal and cooperative society. He is the Founder and Chairman of the RadicalxChange Foundation, a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research and a lecturer at Princeton University. Glen was recently honored as a Bloomberg Top 50, one Wired Magazine’s 25 leaders shaping the next 25 years of technology, and one of Coindesk’s most influential people in blockchain for 2018. Glen is currently Chairperson of the Board.
Cristina Caffarra
Cristina Caffarra
Cristina Caffarra is the Vice President at Charles River Associates, where she is head of European Competition Practice, a team of economists based between London, Brussels, Munich, and Paris. Dr. Caffarra holds a Master and PhD in Economics from Oxford University and is an expert in the application of modern industrial economics to competition law, as well as the empirical analysis of markets in the context of competition investigations. She has provided economic advice to companies on issues of merger control, assessment of vertical restraints, finding of dominance, evaluation of abusive conduct, and several other competition/ antitrust issues including bundling, tying, rebates, price discrimination, other forms of potentially exclusionary conduct, intellectual property rights, information exchanges, collusion, and the assessment of damages. She has directed and coordinated empirical and theoretical economic analyses on several cases before the European Commission, the competition authorities of several member states (including the UK, Germany, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, Ireland, Spain, Denmark, Finland and Sweden) as well as the Courts in several jurisdictions. She has provided expert economic advice and testimony before the General Court in Luxembourg, the Competition Appeal Tribunal in the UK, the High Court in Dublin, the Competition Appeals Tribunal in South Africa, and various courts in several litigated competition matters. Dr. Caffarra has worked for research institutions both in Italy and at Oxford. She is on the Editorial Board of the European Competition Law Journal, as well as on the Advisory Board of the Journal of European Competition Law & Practice (OUP). She lectures in competition economics at University College London, and has published articles for competition journals as well as presented papers on the economics of competition law at numerous international and academic conferences.
Jennifer Lyn Morone
Jennifer Lyn Morone
Jennifer Lyn Morone is an artist, activist and design researcher with a special interest in the human experience in relation to economics, identity, technology and the environment. In 2013, to draw attention to and protest the growing information industry, data slavery, corporate power, and the precarious nature of the future of work she designed a business model and established herself as a corporation to protect her data via a legal container and expose the advantages corporations (legal people) have over humans (natural people). Morone previously led the Arts and Communications track lead for RadicalxChange and is currently the CEO of the foundation. She is an alumna of the Royal College of Art where she studied Design Interactions.  She has recently presented at the World Economic Forum in Dalian, at SPRU University of Sussex, Data Natives in Berlin, and FM Joanneum University of Applied Sciences in Graz. Her artistic work has been exhibited internationally. She is co-authoring, directing and producing a film of a fictional post-work and data dignified world for the 2020 EU Capital of Culture program in Rijeka, Croatia
Vitalik Buterin
Vitalik Buterin
Vitalik Buterin is the creator of the Ethereum Foundation. He first discovered blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies through Bitcoin in 2011, and was immediately excited by the technology and its potential.  He co-founded Bitcoin Magazine in September 2011, and after two and a half years looking at what the existing blockchain technology and applications had to offer, wrote the Ethereum white paper in November 2013.  He now leads Ethereum’s research team, working on future versions of the Ethereum protocol.
Audrey Tang
Audrey Tang
Audrey Tang, formerly known as Autrijus Tang), is a Taiwanese free software programmer, who has been described as one of the "ten greats of Taiwanese computing personalities” and is considered one of Taiwan’s brightest. In August 2016, she was invited to join the Taiwan Executive Yuan as a minister without portfolio, making her the first transgender official in the top executive cabinet. At the age of 16 Tang founded her own company after dropping out of school, she then went on to become an adviser to BenQ and Apple, and by 33 she announced her retirement. She is a prominent member of groups using Haskell and Perl programming languages and has contributed to the designs of systems such as Kwiki, Windows RT and Slash, and she has devoted her time to Internet public welfare projects, such as the g0v.tw platform and the promotion of the vTaiwan platform.
Danielle Allen
Danielle Allen
Danielle Allen is an American classicist and political scientist. She is the James Bryant Conant University Professor and the Director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University. Prior to joining the faculty at Harvard in 2015, Allen was UPS Foundation Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey. As of January 1, 2017, she is also James Bryant Conant University Professor, Harvard’s highest faculty honor. She has published broadly in democratic theory, political sociology, and the history of political thought. Widely known for her work on justice and citizenship in both ancient Athens and modern America, Allen is the author of The World of Prometheus: The Politics of Punishing in Democratic Athens (2000), Talking to Strangers: Anxieties of Citizenship since Brown v. Board of Education (2004), Why Plato Wrote (2010), and Our Declaration (Norton/Liveright, 2014). In 2002, she was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship for her ability to combine “the classicist’s careful attention to texts and language with the political theorist’s sophisticated and informed engagement.” She is currently working on books on citizenship in the digital age and political equality. Allen is a frequent public lecturer and regular guest on public radio affiliates to discuss issues of citizenship, as well as an occasional contributor on similar subjects to the Washington Post, Boston Review, Democracy, Cabinet, and The Nation.

Core Team

Matt Prewitt
Matt Prewitt
Natalia Olson-Urtecho
Natalia Olson-Urtecho
Fanny Lakoubay
Fanny Lakoubay
Emmanuel Midy
Emmanuel Midy
Jennifer Lyn Morone
Jennifer Lyn Morone
Jennifer Lyn Morone is an artist, activist and design researcher with a special interest in the human experience in relation to economics, identity, technology and the environment. In 2013, to draw attention to and protest the growing information industry, data slavery, corporate power, and the precarious nature of the future of work she designed a business model and established herself as a corporation to protect her data via a legal container and expose the advantages corporations (legal people) have over humans (natural people). Morone previously led the Arts and Communications track lead for RadicalxChange and is currently the CEO of the foundation. She is an alumna of the Royal College of Art where she studied Design Interactions.  She has recently presented at the World Economic Forum in Dalian, at SPRU University of Sussex, Data Natives in Berlin, and FM Joanneum University of Applied Sciences in Graz. Her artistic work has been exhibited internationally. She is co-authoring, directing and producing a film of a fictional post-work and data dignified world for the 2020 EU Capital of Culture program in Rijeka, Croatia
Jordan Place
Jordan Place
Jordan is a software engineer based in Berkeley. He's interested in how technology can be leveraged to benefit humanity and improve government. He is the current tech lead for RadicalxChange.
Leon Erichsen
Leon Erichsen
Paul Healy
Paul Healy
Paul Healy is a policy advisor for RadicalxChange. He works with policymakers and non-profit leaders to develop and implement policies grounded in the research and values of the RadicalxChange movement. He is currently a student at Yale Law School where his academic interests include local/state government, antitrust, tax, and corporate finance. Paul also holds a master’s degree in development economics from Oxford University.

Advisors

Jeff Lee-Yaw
Jeff Lee-Yaw
Will Middleton
Will Middleton
Mary Ellen Carroll
Mary Ellen Carroll
Nathan Chen
Nathan Chen
Ananya Chakravarti
Ananya Chakravarti
Mamie Rheingold
Mamie Rheingold
Mamie Rheingold is a technology culture designer and catalyst with years of experience at Google.  She is now running Devcon 4, the primary Ethereum conference. first at Google, then at a startup called Universe. She is the co-founder of Alinear Labs and is the Design Program Manager at Designer Fund. Mamie previously led the Entrepreneurship and Technology track for RadicalxChange.
Charlie Thompson
Charlie Thompson
Ryan Khurana
Ryan Khurana
Amar Singh
Amar Singh
Andrea Butelmann
Andrea Butelmann
Avital Balwit
Avital Balwit
B Cavello
B Cavello
Brett Scott
Brett Scott
Charlotte Cavaille
Charlotte Cavaille
Chris Hughes
Chris Hughes
Devon Zuegel
Devon Zuegel
Eric Posner
Eric Posner
Isaac LaGrand
Isaac LaGrand
James Glasscock
James Glasscock
Joss Clifford-Frith
Joss Clifford-Frith
Kanyi Maqubela
Kanyi Maqubela
Kei Kreutler
Kei Kreutler
Kim-Mai Cutler
Kim-Mai Cutler
Kris Jones
Kris Jones
Michael Albergo
Michael Albergo
Mickey Muldoon
Mickey Muldoon
Mwiya Musokotwane
Mwiya Musokotwane
Namrata Narain
Namrata Narain
Nick Pai
Nick Pai
Paul Tang
Paul Tang
Primavera De Filippi
Primavera De Filippi
Rahilla Zafar
Rahilla Zafar
Riva-Melissa Tez
Riva-Melissa Tez
Ruth Catlow
Ruth Catlow
Sachin Devalia
Sachin Devalia
Sam Hart
Sam Hart
Zooko Wilcox
Zooko Wilcox