AOS: 20th Century Continental Philosophy, Social & Political Philosophy, Queer Theory
AOC: History of Ideas (esp. Ancient and Modern), Feminist Theory, Phenomenology, Eastern Thought, Philosophy of Religion


PhD Philosophy (In Progress), The New School for Social Research
Graduate Certificate in Gender & Sexuality Studies (2017), The New School for Social Research
MA Philosophy (2015) , The New School for Social Research
Thesis: Resistance and Rupture: Foucault and the Cynicism of Being Other

BA Philosophy (2013), Southern Illinois University Edwardsville


Editorial Assistant, Routledge Press, Sociology and Gender Studies Lists, Full Time (2017-Present)

Senior Editor, The Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (2016-Present)
Editorial Assistant, The Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (2014-2016)
Founded in 1972, the Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (GFPJ) is published semi-annually in association with the Department of Philosophy at The New School for Social Research. The GFPJ provides a forum in which contemporary authors engage with the history of philosophy and current topics in contemporary philosophy, and is edited entirely by graduate students in the Department of Philosophy. In recent years, the GFPJ has published work by key contemporary philosophers vital to the discourses of philosophy and social inquiry, such as Axel Honneth, Judith Butler, Julia Kristeva, Jacques Derrida, Catherine Malabou, John Sallis, Antonio Negri, and Slavoj Zizek.

Indexer, Inside Ethics, Alice Crary (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2015)


Dean’s Scholarship, The New School for Social Research (2013-Present)
University Teaching Fellow, The New School for Public Engagement (2016)



Michel Foucault's Discipline and Punish (Fall 2017), Eugene Lange College: The New School for Liberal Arts
AIDS: The History of a Generation (Summer 2016), The New School for Public Engagement
Introduction to Philosophy II: Medieval and Modern (Spring 2016), Saint Peter's University


Introduction to Feminist Thought & Action (Spring 2017, Spring 2018) Professor Ann Snitow, Department of Gender Studies, The New School 
Tibetan Buddhism (Spring 2016) Professor Christopher Kelly, Department of Religious Studies, New York University
Introduction to Buddhism (Fall 2015) Professor Christopher Kelly, Department of Religious Studies, New York University


"Defending the Care of the Self from an Ethics of Self-Care" Government of Self and Others: Ethical and Political Questions in the Late Foucault, The New University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal (March 2017)

"Queer Resistance and the Norm: ACT UP and Queer Resistance Post-Marriage Equality," 2017 American Philosophical Association, Central Division, Panel for the Society of LGBTQ Philosophy, Kansas City, MO (March 2017)

Resistance and Rupture: Foucault and the Cynicism of Being Other” 2016 Foucault Circle, University of New South Wales, Sydney, AU (June 2016)

"Gendered Justification: Wittgenstein and the Fluidity of Gender" Trans* Experience in Philosophy Conference, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (May 2016)

Resisting the Norm: Anarchy and Cynicism's Otherness” 18th Annual Building Bridges Graduate Conference: 'Resistance: Lives of Revolt,' Southern Illinois University Carbondale (Nov. 2015)

Who speaks for Whom: A Response to 'Sympathy and Inquiry: Jane Addams and Epistemic Injustice" 14th Annual Philosophy Graduate Conference, The New School for Social Research, New York, NY (Mar. 2015)

Creatively Being: Excess in Spinoza and Nietzsche" 2014 Great Plains Philosophy Conference, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS (Oct. 2014)


Student, HIV from Physics to Poetics, The Brooklyn Institute for Social Research (2016)
Participant, Foucault 13/13 Seminar, Columbia University, (2015-2016)
Participant, Feminist Reading Group, The New School for Social Research (2013-2015)


Conference Organizer, 16th Philosophy Graduate Conference, 'Secularism and its Discontents,' The New School for Social Research (2017) 
Submissions Reviewer
, 15th Philosophy Graduate Conference: 'An Essentialism which is not One,' The New School for Social Research (2016)

Program Research AssistantGraduate Certificate Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, The New School for Social Research (2014-Present)


French: Read, Write, Speak
German: Read
Ancient Greek: Read, Write