I am Head of Research at Longview Philanthropy, where I help major philanthropists fund the projects with the most positive impact on our collective long-run future.

I am concurrently ABD in Philosophy at Rutgers University—New Brunswick, a Research Affiliate at the Legal Priorities Project, and a Global Priorities Fellow at the Forethought Foundation for Global Priorities Research. Before coming to Rutgers, I was a fellow at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, Department of Bioethics.

My academic research focuses on the ethics and political science of longtermist institutions, with a secondary focus on animal moral, legal, and political philosophy. My dissertation develops a theory of what we owe to future generations given our unbridled power over them, and the implications of this theory for the structure of our political institutions.

I sit on the Expert Advisory Board for Effective Altruism Global and as Education Advisor on the Board of Directors of Faunacción, and I am an External Reviewer for Animal Charity Evaluators.

My co-authored book Chimpanzee Rights: The Philosophers' Brief  is now available.

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