I am an M.Phil. candidate in Politics (Political Theory) and a 2020 Rhodes Scholar from the US.
My research focuses on Frederick Douglass’s international thought. I study Douglass’s theoretical and practical engagement with Haitian sovereignty, looking at his role as the US Minister Resident and Consul General to the Republic of Haiti (1889-1891).
I received my B.A. in philosophy and political science from The Ohio State University. Previously, I worked at various US think tanks and have published commentary in Foreign Policy.