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About: About Us

About Us

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Probably Good is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people find a career that works for you and the rest of the world. A lot of people want to do good with their career but need some guidance to figure out the best path for them— we’re motivated to help others do the most good possible.

Founded in 2020, our current focus is on creating content that will be useful for a large number of readers and collecting feedback to prioritize future work. We are continuously learning and improving our content, so you can expect many changes in the near future.


Probably Good is part of the broader Effective Altruism community.

Our Principles

Probably Good is dedicated to helping you help others. Our core principles are:

  • Optimizing for Impact: We strive to use our limited time and resources to achieve as much impact as we can.

  • Worldview Diversification: We aim to provide information and advice that can be easily adapted according to your own values, priorities and views.

Meet the team

Our team


Omer Nevo

Co-founder & CEO

Formerly the co-founder and CEO of Neowize, a YC-backed startup, which was acquired by Il Makiage, where Omer currently acts as VP of Research & Development. He is also a co-founder of Effective Altruism Israel.


Sella Nevo

Co-founder & Head of Research

The head of Google’s Flood Forecasting Initiative. Sella also teaches Applied Ethics at Tel Aviv University, is a Venture Partner at the Firstime VC advising on impact-driven investments, is on the advisory board of ALLFED, and is the founder of Effective Altruism Israel.

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Dylan Balfour


Dylan is pursuing a PhD in philosophy at the University of Edinburgh, where he works in global priorities research. He has written on ethics and longtermism, and has received a global priorities fellowship from the Forethought Foundation.

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Anna Beth Lane


Anna Beth is a writer and editor based in Brooklyn, NY. She holds a bachelor's in creative writing and social anthropology from the University of Arkansas and has worked in nonprofit communications and copywriting.


Siobhan McDonough

Writer & Researcher

Siobhan is a writer and researcher. She has a master's degree in public policy from the University of Chicago and has worked in journalism and global development research and communications.


Itamar Shatz

Head of Growth

Itamar’s writing about applied psychology and philosophy is read by over a million people each year, and linked from places like The NY Times and TechCrunch. He has a PhD from Cambridge University, where he is an affiliated researcher and teaches quantitative research methods.

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Julia Wise

Julia serves as a contact person for the effective altruism community and helps local and online groups support their members. She serves on the board of GiveWell and writes about effective altruism at Giving Gladly. She was president of Giving What We Can from 2017-2020. Before joining CEA, Julia was a social worker, and studied sociology at Bryn Mawr College.


Michelle Hutchinson

Michelle holds a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Oxford, where her thesis was on global priorities research. While completing that, she did the operational set-up of the Centre for Effective Altruism and then became Executive Director of Giving What We Can. She is currently the Assistant Director of One-on-One at 80,000 Hours.


Joey Savoie

Joey is the co-founder of Charity Entrepreneurship - a research and training program that incubates high-impact charities. Previously, Joey co-founded Charity Science, a meta-organization increasing the amount of counterfactual funding going to high impact charities, and Charity Science Health, a nonprofit that increases vaccination rates in India using mobile phones and behavioural nudges. 

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