I am a PhD student in political theory, with research interests in critical theories of capitalism, feminist political thought and the environment. Before coming to the University of Chicago, I completed my MPhil in Political Theory at Oxford in 2020, where I wrote my master's thesis on the emergent activist practice of granting legal rights to rivers, mountains and forests. In a former life, I organized in the U.S. climate justice movement, training young people to advocate for climate change in the 2016 presidential election. I also directed a state-level PAC that supports electoral candidates who refuse money from fossil fuel companies and public utilities. I obtained my Bachelor's degree in International Affairs from Georgetown University in 2015.