I am an Assistant Professor in Philosophy at Yale-NUS College, Singapore.
My research ranges across ethics, moral psychology, feminist and social philosophy. In my dissertation, I addressed the problem of moral responsibility for implicit bias by arguing for a reexamination and expansion of the concept of moral responsibility itself. I also have interests in hilosophy of race, having written on topics such as racialized sexual preferences, race and aesthetics, and race in pornography. I am also a member of the APA Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion, as well as the APA Task Force on a Best Practices Scheme.
From 2015-2016 I was a Visiting Junior Research Fellow at Newnham College, Cambridge. In 2015, I received my Ph.D in Philosophy from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. There, I was a 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 2013-2015 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.
You can listen to a podcast about my work on racialized sexual preferences here, and a talk I gave at the Moral Sciences Club here. You can also read an APA Member Interview and brief profiles of me here (2014) and here (2008).