Currently working on the second edition of CEA's Career Planning Program (CPP).
Recently organised CEA's University Groups Organizer Retreat '24 in Oxford, UK.
Recently led the first AIS hackathon in South America with over 40 attendees from diverse backgrounds.
I co-founded, seeded and led multiple EA-related groups in Chile, including the first AI Safety initiative in South America (AISI Chile), the local EA Chile group, the EA UC Chile group, and most recently, the Alternative Protein Initiative @ UC Chile.
Studying for my Master's in Economics at UC Chile.
I also work in the private sector and am considering whether pursuing earning to give is a sensible option. I'm interested in comparing it to direct work (primarily if you work[ed] in finance, consulting, banking, etc.)
Thinking about how someone with my kind of background could work on AIS Policy