I am an assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy and director of the Ethics and Public Policy Program at Clark University in Worcester, MA.
I'm also the lead researcher for digital ethics and governance at the Jain Family Institute (JFI), a non-partisan applied research organization in New York City.
My research spans theoretical and applied ethics, philosophy of action, and philosophy of law. I have written about moral responsibility, virtue and vice, and most recently, the ethics of artificial intelligence.
Previously, I was a postdoctoral research fellow in philosophy at Northeastern University and a visiting lecturer in philosophy at Mount Holyoke College.
I completed my PhD at MIT and BPhil at the University of Pittsburgh.
I'm Indo-Caribbean-American. I was born and raised in Queens, New York, by parents from the island of Trinidad, where my great grandparents were brought as indentured servants from the Indian subcontinent.
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