President and founder of the Effective Altruism Club at the American University of Sharjah. Computer Science undergrad trying to do the best he can to help the world and find his path.
Provide advice and ideas on growing and running a university group.
Provide insight on what it's like to run a group where EA isn't very present.
Always happy to discuss what helps increase the motivation and engagement of fellow organizers and group members.
Can act as a brainstorming partner to develop new or counter-intuitive ideas for groups or even individuals.
I would also love to hear about hobbies and hear people get passionate! If you like games, stories, art, or anything for that matter, I'd love to hear about it and have a friendly discussion.
Discussions about best practices to make sure my university group grows and is self-maintaining after I step down (successor process).
Job or internship opportunities for undergraduate students.
Strategies on how to keep motivated and stepping out of one's comfort zone, as well as how to apply strategies for groups as well.
Tips on making fun and engaging activities for group members who might be going through tough days or lots of work.
I'm curious about best practices to convey Effective Altruism to new societies where it has little to no presence.
EA community building
- Software engineering
- People of faith
- EA group organizers
- People of color