<aside> 🔵 About
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I’m deeply motivated to figure out the most effective ways to improve humanity’s well-being.
As part of this mission, I work on governing extreme risks from emergent technologies, especially AI, as a research manager at Rethink Priorities. I also cofounded and directed **Condor Camp, a nonprofit to support talented Brazilians to help with this vision.**
Previously, I worked on criminal justice reform and human rights. I did research, led another nonprofit, and worked in a criminal law court. I studied a master’s in Criminal Justice Policy at LSE, and Law at the Federal University of Pernambuco.
I'm always happy to have a chat about related interests or career paths. I think the lowest friction way for us to be in touch is if you connect with me + send a note via **LinkedIn.**
Artwork in the heading: J. Borges’s ‘Passarada Sertaneja’, Pernambuco, Brazil (no date). For more on Pernambuco’s art – ‘The Troubadours of Brazil's Backlands’ by Larry Rohter for The New York Times.