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Events Organized / Organizing

with abstract Kathleen Akins talk poster
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A poster for a talk by Polaris Koi.
A poster for a conference on climate justice.
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A poster for the Penn Philosophy & Film series (2017-2018)
Image by Alexander Grey



I was actively involved in Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) throughout grad school and served as a chapter head for MAP-Penn for three years. In my capacity as MAP organizer, I ran reading groups, organized four conferences, and lauched a visiting speaker series. I also created and ran a digital platform for the Penn philosophy community to share ideas on how to diversity syllabi and course content. In addition, I served as a website creator and organizational consultant for the 6th Latinx Philosophy Conference (Temple University) which, though not officially a MAP event, fell within the scope of MAP. At Dartmouth, I've co-organized an event focusing on Diné philosophies.


I regularly mentor first-generation, low-income, and international students, both officially and unofficially. For example, I was a STAMP (Step-Ahead Mentorship Program) mentor for three semesters. 


At Penn, I served as a graduate representative for the philosophy department and as a graduate student office hours coordinator. I also served as a graduate student Wellness representative for two years (and created the position). In my capacity as Wellness rep, I organized venting meetings (also known as"Whine and Cheese nights"), Art Museum trips, Park picnics and other events, and kept our department "Wellness Locker" stocked. I also organized the Penn Philosophy & Film series for two years. At Dartmouth, I have had the pleasure and privilege of hosting Susanna Schellenberg (Rutgers) and Kathleen Akins (SFU).


Lately, I've been thinking more about disability inclusion and accessibility. In addition to the two MAP-Penn conferences focusing on the philosophy of disability, I also organized a teaching workshop on disability inclusion and accessibility in 2022.

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