I’m an early-career philosopher and PhD candidate (expected May 2022) with research interests in metaethics, moral epistemology, and bioethics. I am a candidate at The Graduate Center, CUNY (under supervisor Jesse Prinz). In addition, I am a Fellow of the Bioethics Department at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and a Teaching Assistant at the NYU Bioethics Master’s program. Before coming to CUNY, I earned my M.A. in Philosophy from Binghamton University and B.A. in Philosophy and Psychology from Rutgers University.
My writing has appeared in journals such as the Hastings Center Report and Journal of Applied Philosophy, and I have given a significant number of talks all across the United States (and once in the UK).
I also have extensive teaching experience. I have taught a broad variety of philosophy courses, as both Teaching Assistant and Instructor of Record, at Binghamton University, Lehman College, CUNY, New York University, and Baruch College, CUNY, in a traditional classroom setting. Through Mount Sinai, I also have experience in interdisciplinary teaching, with a focus on practical ethics for doctors-in-training, in small group settings.
Please reach out via email regarding my research, teaching, or proposed speaking engagements.