Postdoctoral fellow at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame with responsibilities for teaching, advising, and coordinating the Institute’s Intersectionality and Justice initiative. Graduate of the Kroc Institute’s joint Ph.D. program in Peace Studies and Political Theory through the Department of Political Science.
Engaged, interdisciplinary scholar-practitioner with research interests including connections between contemporary political theory (especially democratic theory), decolonial theory, and the theories and practices of peacebuilding.
Award-winning educator with demonstrated commitment to transformative pedagogy and student outcomes. Dedicated to preparing students to face challenges to peace and justice in an increasingly diverse and complex world.