Craig McFarland is a senior at Harvard College studying Neuroscience, Philosophy, and Economics with a minor in Global Health & Health Policy. At Harvard, he has served as president of Harvard Undergraduate Ethics Society, an advisor to state representatives through the Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics, and a student representative in the undergraduate student council. He is interested in the intersection of neuroscience, moral philosophy, and economics and how normative frameworks and science inform how we should approach societal problems of the mind and body. He is passionate about advocacy surrounding homelessness and substance use disorder. In his free time, Craig enjoys running, aquariums, corgis, and sushi.