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Our People

OUR TEAM

Our team of staff and advisors are passionate about helping future generations flourish. As part of their commitment to creating a world in which that is possible, all of our senior staff have signed the Giving What We Can Pledge. This is a lifelong pledge to donate at least 10% of our income to the kind of high-impact projects we recommend to our philanthropists.

 
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Natalie Cargill

FOUNDER & CEO

Natalie works with philanthropists individually to plan and execute their giving plans. Prior to founding Longview Philanthropy, she was a barrister at Serjeants’ Inn Chambers...

Simran Dhaliwal

MANAGING DIRECTOR

Simran coordinates Longview Philanthropy’s research, grantmaking and advocacy work. Prior to joining, she was a research analyst at Goldman Sachs, working on a two-person...

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Tyler John

HEAD OF RESEARCH

Tyler leads Longview Philanthropy’s research and research communications. Prior to joining, he was a PhD student in philosophy at Rutgers University—New Brunswick...

Petr Maslov

HEAD OF OPERATIONS & EVENTS 

Petr leads our internal operations and our events programme for philanthropists. A qualified solicitor, Petr was formerly a Legal Counsel at BMO Global Asset Management (EMEA)...

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Kit Harris

GRANTS ANALYST

Kit leads on grant investigations and researches promising fields at Longview. Prior to focusing on high-impact philanthropic work, Kit worked as a credit derivatives...

Ollie Base

RESEARCH ANALYST

Ollie conducts research to inform grantmaking and advocacy at Longview Philanthropy. Before joining, he was involved in building the effective altruism community in...

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OUR ADVISORS

We work with a global network of experts across a range of institutions to ensure that our grant recommendations are of the highest quality. Below are just a few of the advisors who volunteer their time to help us identify the best giving opportunities.

 
Will MacAskill

PROFESSOR IN PHILOSOPHY AT OXFORD UNIVERSITY

Will is an Associate Professor in Philosophy at the University of Oxford, and a cofounder of the Global Priorities Institute and three international non-profits

Will’s research focuses on the prioritisation of interventions to improve the long-term future and on the optimal timing of philanthropic action. Upon publication of his bestselling book Doing Good Better, Will was described by Bill Gates as “a data nerd after my own heart." Watch his TED talk here. 

Claire Zabel

PROGRAM OFFICER AT OPEN PHILANTHROPY

Claire oversees a substantial part of Open Philanthropy’s grantmaking to reduce global catastrophic risks and leads their work to grow the community of people focused on long-term issues. Open Philanthropy's team has made over $250 million in grants in global catastrophic risks since 2015.


Claire previously led Open Philanthropy’s grantmaking in biosecurity and geoengineering research, and worked as a research analyst at GiveWell.

Kevin M. Esvelt

BIOETHICIST AT MIT AND LEADER OF SCULPTING EVOLUTION GROUP

Kevin is an Assistant Professor at MIT, where he leads the Sculpting Evolution Group in exploring evolutionary and ecological engineering.


Kevin helped pioneer the development of CRISPR. Recognizing the implications of this technology for the environment, he quickly became a publicly advocate for safety and transparency in the field of biotechnology to reduce the risk of accidents. He holds a PhD in Biochemistry from Harvard University.

 
 
 
 
 
 
Carl Robichaud

PROGRAM OFFICER AT THE CARNEGIE CORPORATION

Carl leads grantmaking in nuclear security at the Carnegie Corporation of New York, a philanthropic fund which grants over $30 million annually to strengthen international peace and security. 


Carl has previously worked with The Century Foundation and the Global Security Institute, where his extensive research spanned arms control, international security policy and nonproliferation.

Liv Boeree

SCIENCE COMMUNICATOR AND INTERNATIONAL POKER CHAMPION

Liv is a science communicator and the former #1-ranked female poker player.

Liv co-founded Raising for Effective Giving, a non-profit that has raised $14 million for effective charities and advises gaming professionals on how to maximise their impact. Her science reporting on longtermism, rational decision-making, and effective philanthropy have appeared in media such as TED, Vox, Vice Motherboard, and Nature.

Hilary Greaves

PROFESSOR IN PHILOSOPHY AT OXFORD UNIVERSITY 

Hilary is Professor in Philosophy at the University of Oxford and Director of the Global Priorities Institute.


Hilary’s current research focuses on issues of global prioritisation, including evaluating the strength and robustness of the argument for longtermism, and the extent to which considerations of cluelessness undermine the attempt to do significant good from an impartial point of view.

 
 
 
Nick Beckstead

PROGRAM OFFICER AT OPEN PHILANTHROPY

Nick oversees a substantial part of Open Philanthropy’s work on global catastrophic risk reduction. Open Philanthropy's team has made over $250 million in grants in this area since 2015. 


Previously, Nick developed Open Philanthropy’s grantmaking programme to accelerate scientific progress, was a research fellow with the University of Oxford’s Future of Humanity Institute, and completed a PhD on the overwhelming importance of shaping the long-term future.

Charlotte Stix

FELLOW AT THE LEVERHULME CENTRE FOR THE FUTURE OF INTELLIGENCE AT CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY 

Charlotte is a PhD researcher at the Eindhoven University of Technology and Fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, University of Cambridge. 


Previously, Charlotte coordinated the European Commission's High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence,  oversaw €18 million in projects and contributed to the formulation of EU-wide AI strategy at the European Commission's Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Unit.

Andrew Snyder-Beattie

PROGRAM OFFICER AT OPEN PHILANTHROPY

Andrew leads Open Philanthropy’s programme on biosecurity and pandemic preparedness, which has made grants totalling over $100 million. Since joining in 2019, Andrew has recommended over $40 million in grants. 


Previously, Andrew was the Director of Research at the University of Oxford’s Future of Humanity Institute. He holds a PhD from the University of Oxford that dealt with issues around existential risk with publications in Nature Scientific Reports and Astrobiology.

 

Contact 

For enquiries, please contact simran@longview.org

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