I earned my Ph.D. from the Department of Religion at Columbia University in 2018 and my M.T.S. from Harvard University in 2009. I specialize in philosophy, modernity, and Christianity, especially non-western forms of Christian thought and practice. My research also explores the role of technology and science in shaping religious and ethical practices. My work has appeared in the Journal of Religion, Religion & Literature, and Harvard Divinity Bulletin, among other print and online publications. I have taught courses in religion and philosophy at Columbia University, Fordham University, and Mount Allison University, a highly regarded liberal arts college in Canada where I served as an Assistant Professor for 2018-2019. I also have experience working for and with various academic centers, serving as a Mellon Interdisciplinary Fellow at the Interdisciplinary Center for Innovative Theory and Empirics (INCITE) at Columbia University, a Research Associate at the Pluralism Project at Harvard University, and a Research Assistant within the Harvard Business School. This academic year I am teaching courses in ethics, philosophy, and religious studies at Phillips Exeter Academy.