People & Planet Staff Team

Staff Team

People & Planet has around a dozen part time staff, here we are in random order.

Hannah Murray

Co-Director: Operations

Hannah Smith

Co-Director: Research and Campaigns
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Naia Bazin Lopez

Co-Director: Movement Building

Naia is our Co-Director of Movement Building and works alongside Jubilee Debt Campaign on the Economic Justice Project, as well as generally supporting the network to be strong and radical including organising inspiring events throughout the UK.

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Ams Ukaegbu

Campaigns & Movement Building Co-ordinator

Ams is one of our Campaigns & Movement Building Co-ordinators and is committed to supporting our network in the Fossil Free campaign to achieve divestment from the fossil fuel industry in their institutions and the fair reinvestment of endowments as well as generally supporting the network to be strong and radical.

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Andrew Taylor

Co-Director: Campaigns and Communications

Andrew is our Co-Director of Campaigns and Communications and empowers students to take on the fossil fuel industry on their campuses through the Fossil Free campaign. He also uses his dyslexic word smithing to deliver communications across the org that amplify student and frontline voices.

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Dalia Gebrial

Campaigns & Movement Building Co-ordinator

Dalia is one of our Campaigns & Movement Building Co-ordinators and works super hard engaging students with both our Fossil Free campaign and our new campaign Undoing Borders which alongside our network is fighting for the full political, social and economic rights of all migrants, and for a borderless world

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Rich Lott

Co-Director: IT

Rich looks after our computery things including our various websites and databases that enable the core work of People & Planet. He's also responsible for our commitment to open standards and to using open source software - both essential to protecting and improving humankind's ability and liberty to communicate.

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Dan Goss

Student Trustee, Consultant

Dan is a Mathematics graduate from Warwick University. Whilst there, he was an organiser of the successful Fossil Free Warwick campaign, as well as being involved with other People & Planet actions, and campaigning with Warwick for Free Education against the marketisation of higher education. Since graduating, Dan has worked at Move Your Money on a divestment campaigning targeting HSBC's financing of coal mining in the global south, and currently organises with Fuel Poverty Action in London, as well as being involved in other forms of grassroots agitation. He is an experienced facilitator and direct action trainer, and is interested in rock climbing, information security, social reproduction and communist futures. Dan believes People & Planet provides a crucial opportunity for students to develop politically, learn the basics of effective campaigning, and form a collective consciousness in an increasingly neoliberal and atomised university environment, and in future would like to see it better facilitate these same opportunities beyond the usual Russell Group universities, and in further education

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Harpreet Paul

Co-Director of Campaigns & Movement Building

Harpreet is our Co-Director of Campaigns & Movement Building and works diligently on our Sweatshop Free Campaign with Chris as well as generally supporting the network to be strong and radical including organising inspiring events throughout the UK.

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Chris Jarvis

Campaigns & Movement Building Co-ordinator

Chris is one of our Campaigns & Movement Building Co-ordinators and works tirelessly with our network both on our Sweatshop Free campaign calling for better conditions in factories that make computers sold in Europe and elsewhere,  as well as generally supporting the network to be strong and radical.

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David Calver

Co-Director: Finance

David is our Co-Director of Finance and deals with all things financial to keep the good ship People & Planet not only afloat but to also support our Board of Trustees, the majority of whom are students and an important part of our radical governance.