I'm the founder of Woolf, the first global collegiate university to allow other organizations to join as member colleges and offer degrees. Woolf exists to increase access to world-class higher education and ensure that it is globally recognized and transferable. Previously, at Oxford, I was a member of the Faculty of Philosophy, a member of Wolfson College, and a member of the governing Congregation of the University. I also held a Humboldt Fellowship, during which I worked on the definition and measure of human progress. I was especially interested in how modern universities were created to support progress.