Hi, I'm Natalie Cargill, Founder & CEO of Longview Philanthropy. We are a research and advisory non-profit that designs and executes bespoke giving strategies for major donors.
Our grant recommendations are driven by the conviction that we can use evidence and reason to find the highest-impact opportunities in the world. We focus on global challenges that could transform our future for many generations to come, including safely navigating emerging technologies and fostering a society with a more long-term outlook.
If you'd like to get in touch, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3 June 2021
Natalie was interviewed by Beri Meric, CEO of IVY, about high-impact philanthropy.
"Spectacular! That hour flew by. Great insights, actions and resources."
Forthlane Partners: Session
11 February 2021
An interactive session on long-term-focused philanthropy with Forthlane Partners, a multi-family office based in Toronto, Canada.
4 - 7 November
With over 70,000 attendees, Web Summit is the largest technology conference on the planet.
I attended the School of International Futures' summer retreat in strategic foresight. Other speakers included Amanda Ruggeri & Eleonore Pauwels.
ASI presents 'Forum'
Adam Smith Institute's third forum brought together leading academics for a day of talks on the underappreciated, underrecognised ideas they believe help explain and improve the world around us.
Stanford Existential Risks Conference
17 April 2021
I presented on Longview Philanthropy's strategy and grantmaking approach at the 2021 Stanford Existential Risks Conference.
Oxford Ethics in AI Panel
21 September 2020
I moderated a panel and Q&A on ‘What does AI mean for the future of humanity’ with Prof. Nigel Shadbolt and Prof. John Tasioulas in partnership with the University of Oxford.
EA Global 2019
I gave a talk on high-impact philanthropy at EA Global, the biannual gathering of the effective altruism community.
"North America's fastest-growing tech conference", Collision brings together the people and companies redefining the global tech industry.
Prague, Czech Republic
In 2018 the annual Ethereum conference was held in Prague and was attended by ~3,000 individuals.
Forthlane Partners: Panel
9 April 2021
A discussion with Justin Rockefeller, Ben Gallacher and Mehul Bhagat for Forthlane Partners on strategies for maximising social impact. A video of the panel is available here.
Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
27 - 30 June 2020
I attended the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting's Innovation Forum on Pandemic Threats and the following Online Science Days.
Devcon is the annual Ethereum conference for developers,
researchers, thinkers, and makers.
A weekend hosted by Y Combinator to find more curious, creative people who are doing exciting work in emerging fields and give them an opportunity to start building their network.
EA Global is the biannual gathering of the effective altruism community.
OECD Annual Meeting
17 March 2020
A panel discussion on long-term strategic foresight at the annual meeting of the OECD's Network of Foundations Working for Development.
20 - 24 January 2020
Longview Philanthropy hosted a dinner with Professor William MacAskill at the 50th World Economic Forum in Davos.
The BBC's annual conference on emerging technology. Other panellists included author Jamie Bartlett & researcher and broadcaster Stephanie Hare.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Beneficial AGI 2019 was the sequel to the FLI's Puerto Rico AI conference, 2015 & Asilomar Beneficial AI conference, 2017.
HTLGI is the world's largest philosophy and music festival. Other speakers included Dr Anders Sandberg and Steven Pinker.