Carson Ezell is an undergraduate in Statistics at Harvard College. He is a Summer Research Fellow with the Cambridge Existential Risk Initiative where he focuses on longterm space governance risks and frameworks. He is also a member of the Research Team with The Galileo Project where he researches technosignatures and unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP). Carson previously co-founded Jinso to provide independent research opportunities to high school students, and he chairs U.S. space policy simulations for students at the Harvard Model Congress. He has previously contributed writing on space policy and governance, including at New Diplomacy. He actively participates in the Harvard Effective Altruism student group.