I am a biomed engineer PhD who is working as a field medical scientist in immuno-oncology for a pharmaceutical company. I'm currently pursing an earn-to-give path, taking full advantage of my company's yearly $30k matching program, and partnering with an EA colleague to start a small community called 'Match for More', which similar to GWWC, looks to foster EA advocates in the professional workspace who leverage their company's matching programs and seek to bring EA principles into mainstream corporate consideration.
I'm very keen to get advice on various earn-to-give strategies, and especially interested in meeting other regular donors who contribute yearly 5-figure+ donations, as I'm also developing a 'sort of' charity swap schema that could help increase our impact together with 'patient philanthropists' who utilize Donor-advised Funds.
I'm particularly interested in rational decision making, moral philosophy, the potential conflict between Negative Utilitarianism and Classical Utilitarianism approaches to EA, strategies to spread EA ideas to the general public, the potential of spreading our ideas to 'less secular' areas of western societies, and much more.
Always keen to have a chat about anything EA-related, especially if you have ideas/feedback on the sort of work I'm pursuing or it seems like my areas of interest might be helpful to yours!