I am currently an Assistant Instructional Professor in Philosophy and affiliate faculty in Gender, Sexuality,  and Women’s Studies at the University of Florida. My research is primarily in moral psychology, ethics, feminist philosophy, and philosophy of sex and gender. My recent projects include elucidating the relationship between romantic love and morality, analyzing the political and ontological dimensions of sex and sexual identities, and explicating the ways in which emotions can contribute to injustice. I use she/they pronouns.

Published in 2022 by Rowman and Littlefield, this volume contains chapters from philosophers, psychologists, and neuroscientists, presenting their latest work on the nature of love, and the relationship between love and norms. Co-edited with Berit Borgaard, it is part of the series of the Moral Psychology of Emotions by Mark Alfano.