Adetola Stephanie Onamade, a student involved in anti-racist, anti-capitalist and decolonial movements, including university climate and social justice campaigning as well as decolonisation through alternative education. Ade lends Plan B practical skills as a community and direct-action youth group organiser focused on diaspora-led and internationalist solidarity initiatives.
Andrew Medhurst, former banker and risk officer at HSBC, Lloyds Bank and NEST Pensions brings to Plan B experience in financial risk and compliance.
Esther Stanford-Xosei is a jurisconsult and through her advocacy work in PARCOE and the Stop the Maangamizi: We Charge Genocide/Ecocide Campaign brings to Plan B expert knowledge and practical organisational experience in critical legal praxis and its expression in ‘law as resistance’.
Dr Henry Jeffrey, academic, political consultant and former Cabinet Minister in Guyana, brings to Plan B experience of the politics of international trade and sustainable development.
Jerome Spaargaren, patent attorney and founder of EIP, brings to Plan B expertise in intellectual property, cross-border litigation, and mechanisms for advancing technology sharing.
Jerry Amokwandoh is a student and brings his interest campaigning for decolonisation, diaspora community organising and community-based education.
Lara Pace, an independent cyber-security professional operating under the brand of Toria, brings to Plan B experience of building multi-stakeholder partnerships in response to global challenges.
Organisational outreach co-ordinator
Trustee/ Student and Young people outreach
University student and climate campaigner brings to Plan B experience in and contacts with networked groups of young climate advocates within and outside of the UK.
Tim Crosland, ex-Barrister, brings to Plan B expertise in international human rights, environmental law and litigation, and an inter-disciplinary, partnership-based approach to tackling climate change.