I am currently a PhD Student in Philosophy at Rutgers University—New Brunswick, a Research Affiliate at the Legal Priorities Project, and a Global Priorities Fellow at the Forethought Foundation for Global Priorities Research. Before coming to Rutgers, I was a fellow at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, Department of Bioethics.
My research focuses on intergenerational justice, distributive ethics, and animal moral, legal, and political philosophy. My dissertation focuses on States' duties of social and political justice to future generations and the implications for international law and the basic structure of the State when we take these duties seriously.
I also do a lot of work in the animal advocacy and effective altruism communities. I sit on the Expert Advisory Board for Effective Altruism Global and as Education Advisor on the Board of Directors of Faunacción, and I am an External Reviewer for Animal Charity Evaluators.
My co-authored book Chimpanzee Rights: The Philosophers' Brief is now available.