I hold a PhD and MA in philosophy from Georgetown, and a BA in philosophy from Harvard, which is where I first fell in love with the discipline.

I’ve designed and taught undergraduate courses in ethics and political philosophy, served as an editor for three major academic journals, organized and facilitated a variety of design-based workshops, and helped to design and deliver some of Georgetown's most experimental courses in ethics.

I've also worked on four grant-funded bioethics research projects, including two that focus on the ethics of research and pregnancy, especially Zika, HIV/AIDS, and emerging public health crises. Other recent projects include a grant-supported working group focused on the ethical use of blockchain technologies to support and protect vulnerable populations such as refugees, and a proposal for supporting and incentivizing public-facing work among academics working on moral issues.

You can learn more about my academic record by viewing my CV below.