"Howie previously worked on global catastrophic risks as a program officer at Open Philanthropy. Before that, he went to Yale Law for two years, where he spent his summers as a public defender in Louisiana and suing prisons with poor conditions at the ACLU. He left Yale to join Open Philanthropy while it was still being incubated at GiveWell. Howie has also worked on white collar crime at the Manhattan DA’s office and on U.S. economic policy as a research assistant at the Brookings Institution. As an undergraduate, Howie studied mathematical economics and interdisciplinary social studies at Wesleyan University, a small liberal arts college in Connecticut." 
- CEO, 80,000 Hours
Resources and articles
- Team, 80,000 Hours, accessed December 14, 2022.