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This is us. From me to we, evolving our money system so everyone wins.
Stefanie B. Overbeck
is the founder of Polymoney and inventor of Polymoney learning games, a series of learning games about money and empowerment. Stefanie believes in free education for all.
an architect and dedicated father, sees all children growing up in communities that empower wholehearted pursuit of their dreams. Patrick magically brings concepts into reality, and keeps our projects on track.
a systems engineer and long-time activist, is driven by a vision of exuberant communities connecting through all kinds of currency. Mel invented Baton and FairyDust*, a special currency that makes good deeds shine.
Ryan is a game developer that believes that games have the power to incite change.
a community organizer, believes in the power of collaborative creativity to make our world a better place.
a writer and economist, wants to provide everyone with opportunities to learn and become part of the common good.
a writer, producer, and performer, brings imagination and texture that makes even complex concepts fun to listen and learn.
PolyMoney was founded on the shoulders of Margrit Kennedy and Bernard Lietaer.
Without their enthusiasm and academic support, our work to create accessible learning games like Crystal Island, develop mind-shifting concepts like FairyDust*, and convene change makers from around the globe would not have happened.
Margrit Kennedy +2013
an architect, ecologist, professor and money expert, is the author of the international best-seller “Interest and Inflation Free money.” Margrit was renowned for her advocacy of alternative regional currencies, and of creating an economy in which everyone wins.
Bernard Lietaer +2019
a monetary economist, conducted ground-breaking research that sparked the development of local economies through the introduction of complementary currencies.
Stefanie B. Overbeck, founder
“Our games, podcast episodes, blog articles, meet-ups and currencies are designed to empower you and make re-imagining money interesting and fun. When we can see money as a tool for social change, we can build local economies grounded in collaborative creativity, stewardship of our natural resources, and a commitment to shared prosperity.
Our aim is to raise our collective conscious and forge a compelling pathway into a future where everyone wins.”