I'm a second-year PhD candidate in Philosophy at New York University. I have primary interests in logic, language, computation, and artificial intelligence; social, ethical, and political issues surrounding computing technology; and the history of Black social and political thought.
I completed an AB at Harvard University in 2017, with a joint concentration in Philosophy and African & African American Studies and a secondary field in Computer Science. On the way to this degree I also completed coursework and research in statistics and signal processing.
Before graduate school I enjoyed a professional career as a data scientist and data engineer. I continue to use skills I picked up in that setting both for work and for fun. I'm particularly interested right now in scientific computing, document formatting and typesetting, and programming language design.
Outside of philosophy, I love music and enjoy being outdoors.