Information for Julia Wise

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List of positions (9 positions)

Organization Title Start date End date Employment type Source Notes
80,000 Hours Community Liaison at Centre For Effective Altruism Support Staff 2017-08-16 2017-11-22 [1], [2], [3]
Centre for Effective Altruism Community Liaison, Community and Outreach Division 2016-10-01 full-time [4], [5] The position name did not appear until January 2017.
Centre for Effective Altruism Community Liaison 2021-01-01 contractor [6]
Centre for Effective Altruism Community Manager, CEA USA 2016-06-01 2016-10-01 full-time [7]
Centre for Effective Altruism Community Manager, Effective Altruism Outreach 2016-02-01 2016-06-01 contractor [8], [7] February 2016 is the first month for which verification exists for this position, but since the CEA team page has no snapshots for all of 2015, the position could have begun anywhere from end of 2014 to early 2016.
GiveWell Board member 2015-07-29 board member [9]
Giving What We Can President 2017-01-01 2020-01-01 [10]
Giving What We Can Advisor advisor [10]
Probably Good Advisor 2020-11-06 advisor [11]

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Roundtable: how can remote employees maintain a healthy work-life balance? 2019-10-26 Cash Callaghan Animal Charity Evaluators The Humane League, Centre for Effective Altruism, Animal Equality, Rethink Charity, Animal Charity Evaluators, ProVeg International Stephanie Frankle, Julia Wise, Antonia Vitale, Baxter Bullock, Leah Edgerton General discussion of organizational practices AI safety|Animal welfare The blog post is a roundtable between people working in executive, operational, and community health roles at organizations in the animal welfare and effective altruism spaces. It is mainly focused on how organizations with remote employees can maintain a healthy work-life balance. Some of the organizations are completely remote (they have no central office) whereas others have both on-site and remote employees. Common themes emphasized by multiple participants include: work-life separation through time (keeping clear working hours boundaries) and space (e.g., having a designated space for working in one's home), open and proactive communication, encouraging time off with leadership setting an example, and keeping a healthy level of social interaction through tools such as Slack. Also cross-posted to the Effective Altruism Forum at [12] (no comments there as of November 10, 2019)
Roundtable: how can remote organizations effectively hire and onboard new employees? 2019-09-28 Cash Callaghan Animal Charity Evaluators The Humane League, Centre for Effective Altruism, Animal Equality, Rethink Charity, Animal Charity Evaluators, ProVeg International Stephanie Frankle, Julia Wise, Antonia Vitale, Baxter Bullock, Leah Edgerton General discussion of organizational practices AI safety|Animal welfare The blog post is a roundtable between people working in executive, operational, and community health roles at organizations in the animal welfare and effective altruism spaces. It is mainly focused on how organizations with remote employees can effectively hire and onboard new employees. Some of the organizations are completely remote (they have no central office) whereas others have both on-site and remote employees. Common themes emphasized by multiple participants include: using "culture add" and not just culture fit (to reduce risk of homogeneity), frequent check-ins, in-person meetings where feasible, and culture orientation for new employees (either an explicit orientation session, or through Slack and check-in meetings).
The peculiar #metoo story of animal activist Jacy Reese 2019-03-28 Marc Gunther Sentience Institute, Centre for Effective Altruism Jacy Reese, Kelly Witwicki, Julia Wise HR controversy Animal welfare Marc Gunther, a commentator on animal welfare activism and nonprofit activity, discusses the backstory and implications of the apology post [13] of animal activist Jacy Reese. He includes more discussion of the role of the Center for Effective Altruism, and links to the Google Doc [14] with answers by Kelly Witwicki providing background. Witwicki works with Reese at the Sentience Institute and is also engaged to Reese

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