Henry Tinsley is a former chair of organic, Fairtrade company Green & Blacks Chocolate. He was a co-founder of campaigning group 38 Degrees, and is on the board of progressive blog Left Foot Forward. He is a trustee of Campaign Bootcamp, the Belu Foundation and Article 1, as well as the Tinsley Foundation, which he set up with his wife Rebecca. In the past he has served of the boards of ClientEarth, Carter Centre UK, Technoserve Europe, Network for Africa and Conciliation Resources.
Having spent most of his career in business, mostly in the food industry, he is now focusing on campaigning and philanthropic projects. He has a BA and MA in Modern History from Oxford University and an honorary doctorate from De Montfort University.
Kaytee Ray-Riek, Board Member
Kaytee Ray-Riek is a consultant working with organizations to proactively create team cultures that work for everyone, and especially for marginalized people. Previously, she was a Campaigns & Training Director for SumOfUs, where she built a campaigns team that challenged corporate power across the globe. She lives in Philadelphia, PA with her husband, and they foster and train puppies destined to be service dogs. In addition to her work, she is a trainer, photographer, graphic designer, and local activist.
Tom Baker, Co-Founder and Chair of the Board
Tom is Head of Camapigns and Engagement at Bond and previously worked at Tearfund supporting campaigning organisations across the world. He blogs at thoughtfulcampaigner.org and is a keen observer of the rapidly changing trends in advocacy in the UK and beyond.
Weldon Kennedy, Co-Founder and Board member
Weldon is currently exploring how to make change through means beyond campaigning - principally social business in Kenya. Previously he was the first Change.org employee outside the US served as the Managing Director for Change.org Europe. Prior to that, he spent several years campaigning for international development and social justice at ONE, Ed Miliband's Labour leadership campaign, and the Democratic Party in the US. Weldon was lucky enough to take part in the New Organizing Institute's first ever digital organizing bootcamp in 2006, and has finally found a way to return that gift by co-founding Campaign Bootcamp and helping many more campaigners find their power to make the world a better place.