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I'm a PhD candidate in MIT's department of Linguistics and Philosophy.


Next year, I will be a Fellow-in-Residence at Harvard's Edmond & Lily Safra Center for Ethics. In 2025, I will start as an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg.

My research focuses on the normative implications of our social roles. I'm interested in what social roles require of those who occupy them and how those requirements interact with morality, responsibility, and social change. You can read more about my research here.

I have worked on expanding the philosophical community through diversity initiatives and ethics education. I co-directed PIKSI (Philosophy in an Inclusive Key) Boston for several years, and am an organizer for MIT's Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) chapter. I developed ethics units for computer science classes with Embedded EthiCS @ Harvard and engaged undergraduates in ethical questions raised by their careers as co-director of Experiential Ethics at MIT. You can learn more about my work teaching tech ethics here.

My CV is here.

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