I began graduate work at Harvard University in fall 2018. My research is focused in the domains of epistemology, philosophy of mind, feminist philosophy, and emotions. Whenever possible/applicable, I try to engage the cognitive sciences in my work. I serve as an Organizational Committee member of the department’s MAP (Minorities and Philosophy) chapter and am on the leadership of the Harvard International Socialists.
I completed my undergraduate work in philosophy & neuroscience at Saint Louis University (SLU) in May 2018. Throughout the course of my undergraduate career, I was President of the University’s Philosophy Club & Political Round Table, both dialogue/discussion groups. I also served as co-chair of the Working Group on Speech, Expression, and Civility which was charged to produce University-wide guidelines for speech and expression for SLU’s campus. I have additionally have experience in tutoring, writing consulting, and neuroscientific lab research.
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