Currently, I’m a candidate for a Master of Letters in Moral, Political, and Legal Philosophy at the St. Andrews and Stirling Graduate Programme in Philosophy (SASP). My primary area of study is political philosophy, though I am also interested in transfeminist philosophy, social epistemology, moral psychology, and legal philosophy. I’m writing my dissertation on human rights, power, and the global South under the supervision of Dr. Adam Etinson. My postgraduate work is funded by the generous support of the Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Agnes Scott College in May 2019 as a Philosophy and Political Science double major, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and with honors from both my departments. Through Agnes Scott’s signature SUMMIT program, my undergraduate education emphasized core skills in leadership and global learning, complemented by immersive opportunities to study in Cuba and Argentina.