Global poverty, Animal welfare/rights, Long-term future, Cause prioritisation, Meta
Taylor Golden is a fourth-year Land Grant Opportunity scholar majoring in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Ohio State University. His broad focus areas include global environmental justice, women’s issues and intersectional studies, addressing educational disparities and the opioid epidemic in rural Appalachia, and empowerment-focused effective altruism. He is the founder and current president of The Maximin Project, a student organization partnered with the international nonprofit The Life You Can Save and OSU’s Center for Ethics and Human Values committed to empowering students at Ohio State with opportunities to both maximize the global minimum and serve their local community. Additionally, Taylor is working to bring practical, accessible philosophy to underrepresented and underserved groups, specifically homeless youth in Columbus, Ohio.