Meet The Team
These are the people who make up the BINZ committee.
For more information, or to get involved, please contact Andrew Reitemeyer, Secretary (contact details below). Thank you for your interest!
In March 2012 Gaylene heard Kim Hill interview Professor Guy Standing and immediately purchased The Precariart, the new and dangerous class. With the good fortune to attend lectures given by Professor Standing during his visits to New Zealand in 2014 and 2015 Gaylene has found herself caught up in this continuation of the Universal Basic Income movement in New Zealand.
P: +64 (0)21 155 7084
Te Rangikaheke Kiripatea
Ko Te Arawa tangata
Ko Te Arawa waka mai Maketu ki Tongariro!
Ko Ngati Uenukukopako e tu atu nei
He iwi kopaki i te Rotorua-nui- a-Kahu
i kauria nei e Hinemoa ki Mokoia ki a Tutanekai
Ko Whakapoungakau te maunga
He ruruwheua ki toku marae o Ruamata
No reira, he mihi naku ki a koutou i runga i te karanga o tenei rangi
Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou.
It is vital for iwi Maori representation here at Basic Income New Zealand and I am delighted to be able to contribute to such a vital part of our social fabric as we work toward a common goal of a
universal basic income for every person (adults, teenagers and children) here in Aotearoa.
P: +64 (0)21 1375 777
A Kiwi computer programmer who worked and lived in the UK and Germany for 40 years.
A former chairman of the Pirate Party of New Zealand and Pirate Parties international (PPI).
Currently a board member of PPI and
engaged in UBI discussions at an international level.
Director of Operations
Iain Is a founder of Basic Income New Zealand and designed the constitution. He continues to use his experience and knowledge to develop an understanding of Basic Income and how it is funded. He works to educate others on the benefits and mechanisms of Basic Income and how it may be introduced and established in New Zealand.
Te Arawa, Tuwharetoa, Ngapuhi
16 years Public Service
13 years Management Consulting
2 years Private Sector Management
7 years NGO Management
Personal Driver: A NZ globally noted for promoting opportunity, growth and social well being.
The other founder member, presently engaged with keeping this site up to date (with the help of daughter Jennifer) and posting interesting items on Facebook.