I am currently a PhD student in Philosophy at Princeton University. After graduating from the undergraduate philosophy program at Princeton in 2015, I returned to my hometown of Washington, D.C. to work at an education reform non-profit. Since joining Princeton's philosophy PhD program in 2016, I have focused primarily on topics in ethics, social and political philosophy, and moral psychology. My current research project concerns the ethics of pride and shame. I have additional interests in questions related to (1) blame and moral responsibility, (2) oppression and resistance, and (3) bioethics and AI ethics. For the past three years, I have served as a board member on Princeton's Institutional Review Board (IRB). 

You can find an updated version of my CV here.