I am currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in the the Department of Philosophy at Harvard University. My responsibilities include conducting independent research, teaching, and working with the Embedded EthiCS program. In the fall of 2023, I will be joining the Philosophy Department at the University of Arkansas as an Assistant Professor.
My research interests include moral and political philosophy, and my current research focuses on moral complicity. I am also interested in ethics and technology, medical ethics, feminist epistemology, and issues of justice wherever they arise. I have side interests in history of modern philosophy (particularly Leibniz) and the philosophy of religion.
I completed my graduate work at UCLA. Before starting graduate school in philosophy, I was a middle school and high school math teacher and studied education at the University of Notre Dame (M.Ed.). Before that, I studied math and philosophy at the University of Notre Dame.
When I'm not doing philosophy, I like to play ultimate frisbee, stand up paddle board, and play board games. If you ever want to talk Wingspan or Gloomhaven, assume I'm in!