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[[File:Finan Adamson.JPG|thumb|right|200px|Finan Adamson at the 2018 [[Princeton Envision Conference]]]]
 
[[File:Finan Adamson.JPG|thumb|right|200px|Finan Adamson at the 2018 [[Princeton Envision Conference]]]]
  
'''Finan Adamson''' is a [[rationalist]], [[effective altruism|effective altruist]], and activist focused on reducing [[existential risk|Global Catastrophic Risks]]. He has a BA/BS in evolutionary biology from The Evergreen State College. He works as a communication coordinator for the charity [[ALLFED]] and previously ran events for the Seattle Effective Altruists through a grant from the [[Centre for Effective Altruism]].
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'''Finan Adamson''' is a [[rationalist]], [[effective altruism|effective altruist]], and activist focused on reducing [[existential risk|Global Catastrophic Risks]]. He has a BA/BS in evolutionary biology from The Evergreen State College. He works as a communication coordinator for the charity [[ALLFED]],<ref>[https://allfed.info/team-members/ Team Members - ALLFED]</ref> and previously ran events for the Seattle Effective Altruists through a grant from the [[Centre for Effective Altruism]].
  
 
== External links ==  
 
== External links ==  
* [https://www.linkedin.com/in/finan-adamson/ LinkedIN profile]
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* [https://www.linkedin.com/in/finan-adamson/ LinkedIn profile]
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== References ==

Latest revision as of 19:04, 4 January 2021

Finan Adamson at the 2018 Princeton Envision Conference

Finan Adamson is a rationalist, effective altruist, and activist focused on reducing Global Catastrophic Risks. He has a BA/BS in evolutionary biology from The Evergreen State College. He works as a communication coordinator for the charity ALLFED,[1] and previously ran events for the Seattle Effective Altruists through a grant from the Centre for Effective Altruism.

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