In my position as a clinical ethicist, I work with a team to help find ethically supportable resolutions in cases as diverse as those dealing with end of life decisions, complex pregnancies, code status, and religious objections to treatment, among others. I join the clinical teams for rounds throughout the hospital, and I assist with ethics consults. From 2015-2017, I worked full-time as a clinical ethicist at MedStar Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC. I also served on the ethics committee at Children's National Medical Center in DC. My research focuses on disability advocacy, psychiatric ethics, social justice, relationality, and the interaction between institutional structures and autonomous agency. I explore the ways in which patients can be rendered vulnerable in clinical contexts. I have published case commentaries as well as philosophical articles in applied ethics. I am passionate about teaching bioethics, whether for undergraduates, graduate and medical students, or clinicians. While at Georgetown, I designed and taught several courses in applied ethics. Because Georgetown requires philosophy courses for all undergraduates, my students came from many backgrounds, including nursing, business, and international affairs. I enjoyed the challenge of making philosophy accessible and meaningful to them. For years I coached Georgetown's Ethics Bowl and Bioethics Bowl teams, which involved long-term, intensive mentoring of undergraduates in philosophical debate. At MedStar Washington Hospital Center,I contributed to educational initiatives throughout the hospital, including moral distress workshops. I provided ethics education to residents, medical students, nurses, social workers, and respiratory therapists. I created new curriculum to train healthcare professionals who want to join the ethics consultation service.