I am currently undertaking a DPhil at the University of Oxford’s Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber-security. You can find some machine learning projects at my github. Here, you can find a list of publications.
I led the Global Priorities Project – a joint project of the Centre for Effective Altruism and the Future of Humanity Institute at the University of Oxford – which connects research from the University with the realities that policy-makers face in order to offer evidence-based non-partisan policy proposals. GPP focused on technological risk management and frameworks that encourage evidence-based policy-making.
I was Acting Executive Director of the Centre for Effective Altruism in 2015 – which works in Oxford to use evidence and analysis to make the world a better place, and runs Giving What We Can, 80,000 Hours and the Global Priorities Project in addition to building a community of effective altruists.
At McKinsey, I developed strategy for leading European public sector providers of services in health and social care, and helped to implement large-scale change programmes in local areas serving more than 2 million people.
Before McKinsey, I was on the team that set up 80,000 Hours – a social enterprise which helps people have a meaningful ethical career which has since reached more than 100,000 people, raised half a million in funding, and been featured by the Washington Post, the BBC, TED, and NPR among others.
You can find my LinkedIn profile here.