I'm a PhD student at the UC Berkeley School of Information where I am advised by Dr. Jenna Burrell. My research interests are in AI ethics, the sociology of quantification and epistemologies of categories within emerging technologies. My research primarily explores the visibility politics of information, specifically emphasizing the differential representation of contested identities within demographic categories and datasets. I use critical race theory and black feminist epistemology to understand the implications of technology on society. At Berkeley, I'm a member of The Algorithmic Fairness and Opacity Group and the Center for Technology, Policy and Society. My research is generously supported by the Eugene Cota-Robles Fellowship. Prior to joining the I-School, I was a data analyst at an advertising technology company in New York City. I earned my bachelor’s degree in Environmental Policy at Barnard College, Columbia University. When I’m not thinking about research, I moonlight as a recipe developer.