I am a PhD candidate in the History Department, with a secondary field in Women, Gender, and Sexuality. I study terrorism, gender, violence, empire, and specializes in the Global South and British Empire. I am currently working on a dissertation on women terrorists in twentieth and twenty first century Africa and Asia. I lead the Gender and Sexuality Workshop at GSAS, am a resident tutor in Winthrop House, and graduated from the College in 2016. My passions for reproductive justice work, critical thought and activism at the nexus of race, sexuality, and gender, and advocacy around gender and violence are a part of my work on and off campus.