I am an associate professor of philosophy, women and gender studies, and critical race and ethnicity studies at Manhattan College in the Bronx.

I work in moral, social, and political philosophy, applied ethics, feminist epistemology, Kantian philosophy, and critical race philosophy, and I write about sex, disasters, domestic and caregiving labor, and intersectionality.

I coordinate the Society for the Philosophy of Sex and Love with Andrea Warmack, and I was the founding director of the Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center at Manhattan College.

I was born in Guelph, Canada and now live in Brooklyn with my partner, four children, and a dog, where I survived the pandemic through group chats, spontaneous dance parties, handstands, naps, and long walks in Green-Wood Cemetery.