I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Washington and Lee University. My research is in ethics, social philosophy, philosophy of action, and aesthetics. Before moving to the beautiful city of Lexington, Virginia, I received my PhD from the University of Michigan in 2022 and my BA from Wellesley College in 2017. I was born and raised in Vancouver, BC.
My research explores the value of integrity. In my dissertation, I argued that agents who fail to live up to the requirements of their commitments experience inner conflicts that hinder their ability to be self-governing. Currently, I am working on a series of papers on the ethics of reporting wrongdoing, and many of my side projects are in aesthetics. You can read more about my ongoing research projects here. At W&L, I teach classes in ethics, aesthetics, philosophy of race, logic, and decision theory.
I am committed to addressing structural barriers preventing minoritized philosophers from fully participating in the discipline. I run the Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) chapter at W&L and currently serve on MAP International's Board of Trustees. If there is anything I can do to support your organizing efforts, please reach out to me.
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. I use she/her/hers pronouns.
Last updated: January 2024