<aside> 🔵 About Me
<aside> 🔵 CV & Bio
<aside> 🔵 My Work
<aside> 🔵 My Notes
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 reducing existential risk through research at Rethink Priorities. I also manage **Condor Camp, a project to support talented Brazilians to help with this vision.**
Previously, I worked on criminal justice reform and human rights. I did research, led a nonprofit, and worked as Chief of Staff of Justices 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 advice, so feel free to contact me on LinkedIn, Twitter, or email me at renannascimentoaraujo at geemail dot com.
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.