The energy surrounding basic income and economic solutions for a healthy 21st Century America is stronger than ever. Income Movement started with a worldwide Basic Income March spanning 30 cities, in 13 countries, on six continents. 10,000 people showed up to demand change. This is just the beginning.
Our country is experiencing massive upheaval, even before COVID. 43 million Americans live in poverty. 37% of American adults don’t work. 73 million American jobs will be automated within 10 years. In the land of ‘equal opportunity’ none of our solutions have leveled the playing field.
The solution is to give cash to as many people as possible and empower them to do what makes most sense to their needs. No one deserves to start at zero. An equal head start means better outcomes for all.
Income Movement is made up of former tech entrepreneurs, retail workers, students, political organizers, social workers, union members, and artists. We are former campaign volunteers, social justice organizers, Yang 2020 staffers, and long-term Basic Income advocates. We are proud members of our communities, dedicated to making things better for all. And we are everyone who joins us - which includes you!
From hyper-local, small activities to national events, we recognize that gathering together is key to growing the movement.
We believe we are stronger together. Through sponsorships and volunteerism we support existing social and economic justice organizations who have been fighting for equality for decades.
Effective movements are made up of dozens of organizations, national and local. No single entity can (or should) do it all. United Basic Income brings together organization for strategic and tactical conversations about how to progress the movement.
Each September, supporters of basic income around the globe take to the streets in a show of force to demand their governments enact a universal basic income. This event marks our growth as a movement.
For more than 10 years Stacey was a leader in innovative digital product design for Fortune 500 companies like DreamWorks, Samsung, and Jaguar Land Rover. In earlier years, she was a teacher and tutor, a dishwasher and a restaurant hostess. All of these experiences inform the ethos and mission of Income Movement and guide the work of building effective partnerships and effective teams that can lead a movement.
Most recently a Producer for The Young Turks, Steph runs all communications at Income Movement. She’s worked in Foreign Affairs for the U.S. State Department and managed marketing for the Department of Energy. Steph graduated with a BA in International Affairs and the Environment from George Washington University. Beyond her deep love of writing and producing, Steph is a certified SCUBA diver, an experienced rock climber, and an avid traveler.
Board of Directors of iNACOL; Executive Director Gerald Huff Fund for Humanity; Executive Director of the Jaquelin Hume Foundation.
For 9 years Dylan has worked in startups, venture capital, politics, and non-profits. Most recently, Dylan pioneered investment crowdfunding at Wefunder before leading fundraising for Andrew Yang's 2020 presidential campaign. Beyond his love for novel ideas, Dylan is a former ski instructor, white water river guide, and proud New Yorker.