I'm a Lecturer in University of Baltimore's Yale Gordon College of Arts & Sciences and the Hoffberger Ethics Fellow at the University of Baltimore's Hoffberger Center for Ethical Engagement (previously the Hoffberger Center for Professional Ethics). I received my Ph.D. in  Philosophy in 2022 from Boston University, where I completed a dissertation entitled "Towards a Contractualist Theory of Transitional Justice" under the supervision of Daniel Dahlstrom (BU), Colleen Murphy (UIUC), and Susanne Sreedhar (BU).

I work primarily on political philosophy and ethics. My current research focuses on issues surrounding ethical obligation within the context of transitional justice (and the aftermath of significant moral breaches more generally). When I'm not doing philosophy, I enjoy cooking and baking, hugging every cat within catching distance, consuming truly irresponsible amounts of science fiction, and playing video games that involve farming and/or being stealthy.