Network Weaver in Residence

Lyndon is N Square’s inaugural network weaver in residence. He is also a visiting research associate at King’s College London, a Web3 advisor to the Vatican’s New Technologies for Peace working group, and cofounder of PATH Collective, a mission-driven startup aimed at advancing the objectives of the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons by combining the power of contemporary art and storytelling with the financial sovereignty of Web3. Previously, Lyndon was civil society advisor to the New Zealand delegation at the 2015 Review Conference of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. He received the McElvany Nonproliferation Prize from the James Martin Center for his essay on a user-pays model for international nuclear risk reduction.