Kel­sey Piper

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Kelsey Piper is an American journalist, currently a Staff Writer for Future Perfect.


Piper studied symbolic systems at Stanford University. During her studies, she became a member of Giving What We Can and served as president of Stanford Effective Altruism. Prior to joining Vox, she worked as lead of the writing team at Triplebyte, a recruiting and technical screening platform for tech companies.


Galef, Julia (2019) Kelsey Piper on “big picture journalism: covering the topics that matter in the long run”, Rationally Speaking, April 2.

Lindmark, Rhys (2019) Kelsey Piper, Vox: Effective altruist news, memetic immunity, questions social justice can answer, Grey Mirror, July 8.

Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2019) Can journalists still write about important things?, 80,000 Hours, February 27.

Zabel, Claire (2015) A different take on giving back, The Stanford Daily, February 5.

External links

Kelsey Piper. Profile at Vox.

Vox’s “Fu­ture Perfect” column fre­quently has flawed journalism

kbog26 Jan 2019 8:09 UTC
38 points
25 commentsEA link

Kel­sey Piper: Fu­ture Perfect — a year of coverage

EA Global25 Jun 2020 8:48 UTC
38 points
0 comments18 min readEA link

Vox has a new de­part­ment, Fu­ture Perfect, cov­er­ing the world from an effec­tive al­tru­ist perspective

KelseyPiper15 Oct 2018 18:27 UTC
46 points
7 commentsEA link

Kel­sey Piper on “The Life You Can Save”

Aaron Gertler4 Jan 2021 20:58 UTC
58 points
3 comments2 min readEA link

Rob Wiblin, Michael Lev­ine, and Kel­sey Piper: Jour­nal­ism and ac­cu­rately com­mu­ni­cat­ing EA ideas

EA Global25 Oct 2020 5:48 UTC
13 points
0 comments1 min readEA link

Don’t wait: The case for giv­ing sooner rather than later

lukefreeman2 Dec 2020 2:35 UTC
11 points
0 comments4 min readEA link
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