Propper Daley (2017-current)
Head of Business Innovation  

L.A. Kitchen (2016-current) 
Board of Directors

NationBuilder (2014-2016)
Director of Enterprise Sales  
Senior Communications Strategist
Community Strategist

University of Pennsylvania (2012-2014) 
Postdoctoral Fellow & Visiting Lecturer

Princeton University (2006-2012) 
Doctoral Candidate & Assistant Instructor

U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division (2004-2006) 
Paralegal Specialist

Meridian International Center (2003)  
Foreign Affairs Intern



Ph.D. Politics (2012)
Princeton University

B.A. Political Science (2004)
Duke University
Phi Beta Kappa



Creator & Co-Chair
Shared Plates, the annual citywide "anti-gala" for L.A. Kitchen

Campaign Advisor
Generation to Generation, powered by

Vice Chair, Reunions
Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni 

Guest Chef  
Modern Movements Fellowship, organized by GOOD



Panel Organizer. "Taking a Stand: Hard Questions about Purpose in Polarized Times," New York Advertising Week (Fall 2018)   

Keynote. "Constellations: The Art of Connectedness," Starfire Council of Greater Cincinnati (Summer 2018)  

Business Community Keynote. "Profit & Purpose in the Age of Isolation," Starfire Council of Greater Cincinnati (Summer 2018)    

Panelist. "Political Polarization & The Fight Against Ideological Isolation," Princeton University (Spring 2018) 

Podcast Guest. "Belonging," The Feast (Spring 2018)   



Report. "Untethered: A Primer on Social Isolation" (2018) 

  • Featured in TASTE: "David Hsu, an author and social scientist, believes that food is the way to fight back against America’s growing social isolation."

Report. "Letting Go: DIY Strategies to Build Local Campaign Ownership" (2017)   

Landscape analyses. Custom research for brands, NGOs, foundations, and individual philanthropists working to drive social change (2017-present)      

Blog post. "When you publish a petition and no one shows up" (2015), cited by CNN (2016)   

Dissertation. "Against Business as Usual: U.S. Foreign Economic Relations after 9/11" (2012)