Nathifa Greene is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Gettysburg College. She received her PhD from Stony Brook University in 2015. In her research, she focuses on the philosophy of the body, social and political theory, and moral psychology, with particular attention to conceptions of race and gender. Her current book project is an ethical analysis of habitual action within liberatory social practices. This project moves beyond an established tendency to treat habits as though they are exclusively destructive modes of action. Greene incorporates the core concerns of her research into her teaching through community partnerships in Adams County, PA and through undergraduate mentoring programs such as the Philosophy in an Inclusive Key Summer Institute (PIKSI). She has developed a new course in bioethics and the first course in Latin American and Caribbean philosophy at Gettysburg College.