I am a New York City-based philosopher and long-time resident of the City.
I have been affiliated with The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, where I regularly teach the introductory logic course, since 2014. Prior to and concurrent with this appointment, I was at City College, first as a visiting professor and then as a distinguished lecturer. Prior to this, I was a professor of philosophy at Union College, a selective liberal arts college in Upstate New York. I returned to New York City (my natural habitat) in 2012.
My PhD is from the CUNY Graduate Center. The title of my dissertation was “The Epistemological Status of Logic,” which I wrote under the direction of Hartry Field at NYU. My undergraduate degree is from Wellesley College.
During graduate school, I worked as a consultant to the risk management and research teams in JP Morgan’s Global Syndicated Finance Group. My work in business ethics and applied epistemology is informed by my experience in the banking industry.
I serve on the advisory board of Gotham Philosophical Society, an organization devoted to fostering public philosophical dialogue within the New York City community.