I am a Lecturer in Political Philosophy at the University of Glasgow.
I have research interests ranging across ethics, moral psychology, feminist, social, and political philosophy. I focus especially on issues of moral responsibility, structural injustice, and social change, with emphasis on issues of gender, race, and social inequality. I am also an Associate Editor of Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, a co-editor of the De Gruyter "Transforming Political Philosophy" book series, Glasgow representative of the Scots Philosophical Association, and committee member of the Analysis Trust. I have also served on the APA Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion as well as the APA Task Force on a Good Practices Guide.
Previously, I was an Assistant Professor in Philosophy at Yale-NUS College, Singapore from 2016-2022, where I co-founded the Yale-NUS Gender Research Cluster, and served as Co-chair of the Yale-NUS College Diversity & Inclusion Committee. In 2015-16, I was a Visiting Junior Research Fellow at Newnham College, Cambridge. I received my PhD in Philosophy in 2015 from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. There, I was a co-founder of the Michigan chapter of the Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) network and the Mind and Moral Psychology (MMP) Working Group. I also helped found the Philosophy department outreach program, which co-sponsors the Michigan High School Ethics Bowl in partnership with A2ethics.org. From 2013 to 2015 I served as Vice-President and President of the Graduate Employees' Organization (GEO). I graduated from Washington and Lee University, class of 2009, with degrees in Philosophy and Physics.