I'm a rising junior at Duke University studying political theory, literature, environmental science, theology, and classical languages. I tell stories in pursuit of justice and beauty.
Currently, I write and edit for the Duke Chronicle's opinion section – my column grapples with climate, food, and my own life. Environmental crisis is the defining challenge of our time, and I'm committed to imagining just, sustainable futures.
I previously blogged for the Kenan Institute for Ethics and interned as a podcast producer at the National Humanities Center. I've published poems with the Poetry Society of the UK and The Guardian, among other print and online outlets. This summer, I'm interning with The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in the features department. I am a Humanity in Action fellow and an Angier B. Duke Scholar.
In my spare time, I'm most often found baking, drilling Attic Greek verbs, or rehearsing with my a cappella group. Send inquiries and playlists to email@example.com.
CV available on request.