I have recently graduated from Central Washington University with my Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, where I also pursued interests in Religious Studies, Women's Studies, and Asia/Pacific Islander Studies. Currently I am seeking full time employment in the greater Washington, D.C., area. However, I also aim to put my philosophy degree to use in the future, as I am applying to graduate schools to further my education in philosophy. My philosophical interests include, but are not limited to: Ancient Asian philosophy, Buddhism, religions of China and India, French philosophy, Latin, Nietzsche, deconstruction, phenomenology, philosophy of music, and pop culture and philosophy. I have been a presenter at numerous conferences across the United States, as well as a panel moderator at both CWU and NorWesCon 32. I am currently in the second and final round of editing for an undergraduate research journal, where hopefully I will be published for the first time. All content posted to this blog is assumed to be licensed under the Creative Commons license.