Paige is a first-year PhD student at Penn State University. She holds a bachelor’s degree in history and philosophy from Manhattan College and a master’s degree in philosophy from American University, where she concentrated in ethics and social policy. Her foundational interests are in ethics, social and political philosophy, Black feminism/womanism, and embodiment. Paige has specific interests in Afrofuturism, mindfulness philosophies, and utopian/dystopian thought. Her research sits at the intersection of relational ethics and temporality as they pertain to the dialectics of embodied identities and their expressions. Paige also includes breathwork, meditation, and athletics in her philosophical praxis.