In January 2013, I co-founded Rethink, a community outreach program that facilitates discussion workshops with court-involved youth and victims of domestic abuse and sex trafficking. Each workshop centers around a relevant philosophical concept, such as power, authority, punishment, racism, responsibility, equality, democracy, and the idea of a meaningful life. Beginning with four facilitators and one community partner, we now have over 30 facilitators—graduate students from five area universities—and six community partners, and our organization was awarded the 2015 APA/PDC Prize for Excellence and Innovation in Philosophy Programs. For more information, click here.


In 2013, I co-founded the Columbia chapter of Minorities and Philosophy. MAP aims to address issues of minority participation in academic philosophy. The organization's website can be found here and the Columbia chapter website can be found here.


I have co-organized two conferences:

Science, Value, and Pragmatism: A Conference in Honor of Philip Kitcher was held in February 2017 at Columbia University.

The 12th Annual Columbia-NYU Philosophy Graduate Conference was held in April 2012 at Columbia University.

From 2012-2016 I was the Book Review Editor for the American Society for Aesthetics Graduate E-Journal.

I have also served as a referee for the following journals: Noûs; Analysis; Utilitas; Journal of Ethics & Social Philosophy; British Journal of Aesthetics; Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences; Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism; Proceedings of the Association of Core Texts and Courses.