Miranda Dixon-Luinenburg is a Future Perfect writing fellow. It was a sideways leap; Dixon-Luinenburg started her career as an ICU nurse in Canada, moved on to running retreat logistics for effective altruist organizations, and spent several years as the finance lead at the Centre for Effective Altruism. Throughout, she wrote as a side hobby: mostly fiction, but some short nonfiction for the rationality forum Lesswrong. At Future Perfect, she focuses on public health and mental health, combining her years of expertise in health care with her interest in infrastructure, efficiency, and cost-benefit analyses. She can be reached at [email protected].
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