I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Howard University, and I work on topics in feminist philosophy, social philosophy, and metaphysics. I earned my PhD from Rutgers University in May 2021.


Much of my research focuses on methodological questions in feminist and social philosophy: I'm interested in the general shape of projects in these disciplines, the relationship that projects in these disciplines bear to each other and to projects outside philosophy, and the fundamental assumptions we tend to make when we’re doing feminist and social philosophy.​

My existing research projects explore questions about the nature of social construction and sociality more generally, as well as questions about the relationship between socially constructed properties and natural language.

I am currently working on a project about the nature of intersectional injustice, and I also have research interests in moral psychology and the philosophy of race.