Curriculum Vitae (as PDF)

Employment

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Rhode Island College (2017- )

  • Research Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, UNC Chapel Hill
    Core Faculty Member in the Joint UNC/Duke Program in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (2016-17)

Education

  • PhD, Philosophy, UC San Diego (2015)

  • MA, Philosophy, UC San Diego (2013)

  • BA, Philosophy (minor in government), magna cum laude, Claremont McKenna College (2008)

Areas of Specialization

  • Political philosophy

  • Ethics

Areas of Competence

  • Feminist philosophy

  • Philosophy of law

  • History of ethics and political philosophy

Research

Selected Fellowships, Awards, and Grants

  • American Fellowship, American Association of University Women (2014-15)

  • Jacob K. Javits Fellowship, United States Department of Education (2009-13)

  • Outstanding Graduate Student Leader, UCSD Graduate Student Association (2015)

  • Faculty Research Group grant, UCSD Center for the Humanities (2011-12)

Selected Presentations

Invited

  • “How and Why to Be Well-Rounded” (keynote address)

    • Rhode Island Philosophical Society, October 2018

  • “Bright Lines in Juvenile Justice”

    • Bled Conference on Ethics, Bled, Slovenia, June 2018

  • “Ideal Theory and ‘Ought Implies Can’"

    • Claremont McKenna College, November 2015

Refereed

  • “How and Why to Be Well-Rounded”

    • American Philosophical Association – Pacific Division, April 2019

    • Einstein Ethics Early Career Conference in Moral and Political Philosophy, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, December 2018

  • “Is There a Duty to Read the News?” (with Brookes Brown)

    • Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress, University of Colorado, Boulder, August 2018

  • “Bright Lines in Juvenile Justice”

    • Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 2018

    • PPE Society Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2017

    • North Carolina Philosophical Society, Wilmington, North Carolina, February 2017

    • Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress, University of Colorado, Boulder, August 2016

  • “Effective Altruism: How Big Is the Tent?”

    • PPE Society Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2018

  • “Duties of Beneficence: Individual Not Collective”

    • Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress, University of Colorado, Boulder, August 2017

  • “Beneficence and Partial Compliance”

    • The Ethics of Giving, University of St. Andrews, May 2017

    • MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory, University of Manchester, September 2015

    • Giving for Global Poverty Relief: Ethical and Empirical Dimensions, Stanford University, April 2015

  • “A Summer Program for Women in Philosophy: One Method for Plugging the Leaky Pipeline” (with Kathryn Joyce)

    • Why Are There So Few Women in Philosophy, and (Why) Does It Matter?, Stockholm University, April 2015

  • “Ideal Theory and ‘Ought Implies Can’”

    • American Philosophical Association – Pacific Division, April 2015

    • Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress, University of Colorado, Boulder, August 2014

    • Ideals and Reality in Social Ethics 2014, University of South Wales, April 2014

  • “Flourishing and Autonomy”

    • MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory, University of Manchester, September 2012