How can we communicate our research and ideas so that others can build on that?
Amanda is a fourth-year PhD student in philosophy at New York University, working on rationality. Her other interests include infinite ethics and existential risk.
Sarah Constantin if a Computational Engineer at Palantir.
Julia Galef is the president and co-founder of the Center for Applied Rationality, an organization teaching math and cognitive science-based techniques for effective decisionmaking. She has a degree in statistics from Columbia University.
Tara received a graduate degree in Health Economics and a Bachelor of Pharmacy from Monash University with first class Honours. She joins CEA fresh from the field, after visiting 33 countries for work and travel. On her most recent assignment, Tara worked on redesigning oncology care in Bhutan with the Australian Red Cross. She has a background in healthcare consulting where she developed efficiency improvements saving 2 million dollars and countless lives in Australian hospitals.
Heidi McAnnally-Linz leads IPA's communications team, manages a portfolio of strategic foundations and individual donors, and works across various teams to design and implement organizational outreach standards. She came to IPA with experience working with local decision-makers in the education and micro-enterprise sectors in Latin America and helped launch and administer the Senior Fellows Program at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale University. Heidi has an MPA in International Policy and Management from New York University and a BA in Political Science from Haverford College.