Founder and President of the Alliance for Longevity Initiatives, USA
Dylan Livingston is the Founder and President of the Alliance for Longevity Initiatives, the first 501(c)(4) organization focused on political advocacy for the longevity community. A4LI's mission to advance legislation and policies that aim to increase healthy human lifespan, with a focus on accelerating equitable access to next-generation therapies. Over the last three years, Dylan has been heavily involved with politics on the Democratic side. Most recently, he was the Regional Organizer for the Biden campaign in Cumberland and Franklin County in Pennsylvania. Before that, he worked as an Associate for Reform LA Jails and in various roles with the DNC. Dylan graduated in 2020 with a B.S. in Physics from Haverford College.
Dylan has been aware of the crusade to increase human longevity through treating cellular aging since he was a young child. His father has been an early-stage investor in disruptive, futuristic technologies over the last three decades, and thus, longevity was a frequently discussed dinner table topic. Dylan describes himself as a "child of the revolution" i.e. someone exposed to the concept that controlling aging is attainable in our lifetimes from an early age. Dylan understands that in order to increase speed and effectiveness of therapies aimed to improve healthy human lifespan, political leaders across America must become strategic partners in the development and growth of the longevity industry.