Outside of my regular departmental service responsibilities, I have been involved in a number of initiatives that I believe make the discipline a better place. As a graduate student, I was the MAP (Minorities and Philosophy) chapter representative for two years, and organized a number of events and projects, including COMPASS. I also designed and taught three philosophy courses in local correctional facilities in New Jersey through Princeton’s Prison Teaching Initiative.
Currently, I am involved in coordinating COMPASS, I am the NDPR Review Forum Editor for PEA Soup, and I am on the Steering Committee for the Job Market Mentoring Program for Women in Philosophy. Click on the links to find out more about any of these initiatives, and how you can get involved!