works with the senior leadership team for MIT Admissions + SFS to help make sure that the Institute remains accessible and affordable to a diverse group of students with unique interests and aptitudes. Since graduating from CMS, he has occasionally taught courses
as a term-appointed Lecturer in the department, as well as, with Ed Schiappa, the inaugural first-year advising seminar offered by the department on Media and the 2020 Election. He is co-PI on the Mapping Information Access
project, on the Board of Directors of the National Coalition Against Censorship
and the Talent Development Institute
, a keyholder for SIPB
, staff member of the MIT Spinning Arts Club
, and first-year advisor. He enjoys yoga, powerlifting, and growing banana plants at unusual latitudes.
Thesis: User-Generated Censorship: Manipulating the Maps Of Social Media