Williams Effective Altruism

Student Leaders: Alex Kim (ajk5) and Alexis Ahn (aa19)
Faculty/Staff Advisor: Sarah Jacobson

Williams Effective Altruism aims to help students think more actively and rationally about the various problems the world faces, so that they can maximize their positive impact. Our main activity on campus is our introductory fellowship, where we talk about how we can use our resources and careers to tackle some of the most pressing problems in the world, including ending global poverty and factory farming, mitigating technological risks, preventing future pandemics, and stopping climate change. To learn more, please visit our official website.