Miriam is a junior from Wisconsin studying Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. She aims to use her engineering skills to develop devices that have the potential to help people around the world, and she is excited to explore how to effectively accomplish this goal.
Jessica is from the rural town of Fort McCoy Fl. After being overwhelmed by the many good charitable and social causes she adopted Effective Altruism as a methodology for making the biggest positive impact.
Joe is a senior in Stiles from Riverside, California. He is studying computer science and psychology and hopes to pursue research in cognitive science after graduation. He is particularly interested in issues about AI Safety.
Eui Young '21 is a philosophy major from Seoul, South Korea. She is inspired by Peter Singer and hopes to become a lawyer. She is particularly interested in global poverty, animal ethics, and climate change.
Thomas is a sophomore Bay Area native looking to major in computer science. He is interested in the potential of using machine learning and artificial intelligence for the good of humanity, as well as trying to mitigate the many risks of such technologies.
Trevor is an MBA candidate at Yale SOM. While in Peace Corps, he read The Life You Can Save and was hooked. His goal is to manage and scale effective organizations at the intersection of the public and private sector.
Andrew is an M.A. candidate studying development and foreign policy. A former Army officer, he was first drawn to EA while researching how to maximize the impact of his charitable giving, but now hopes to work in the field professionally. His favorite charity is Give Directly, and he values altruism that respects the preferences of its intended beneficiaries.
Braden is a first year hailing from the San Gabriel Valley of Southern California. A prospective Ethics, Politics, & Economics and Computer Science major, he is drawn to the ethical questions and economic implications of artificial intelligence. Through EA, he hopes to explore responsible applications of AI in education, technology, and economic development.
Emma '21 is a Russian and Eastern European Studies Major from Chicago. She joined YEA because of something written on this website: "Too often, people are paralyzed by the amount of suffering that seems to be present in the world...or unsure about how, if at all, they can help."
Katie Skoff '23 is from Vienna, VA and is a Cognitive Science major. Since learning about Effective Altruism in her first year at Yale, her interest in helping others has grown, especially in the area of animal welfare.