Bridget is the manager of Effective Altruism Australia, a non-profit organisation that helps Australians to do the most good they can. They identify and support high-impact programs helping to create a more equal world, and also help to connect and support the Australian effective altruism community. Bridget is also a medical doctor undertaking specialist training in public health medicine. She works as a Public Health Registrar at the Burnet Institute, conducting research to guide policy to protect vulnerable populations from infectious diseases. She completed her medical studies at Monash University, with an honours research year in bioethics conducted through Oxford University’s Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, and also holds a Master of Public Health from the University of Sydney.