You can reach me via email at ryankendall [at] ucla [dot] edu. But for any communication about a truly sensitive matter, please see my secure contacts below:
My keybase.io profile
I prefer Ricochet for real time instant messaging. Ricochet.im ID: ricochet:5hfqrxceyccvmftr
XMPP/OTR on Tor Messenger: rmk2145 [at] jabber [dot] calyxinstitute [dot] org
Tor Messenger Fingerprint: DE8BF4F4 F5FFAC1F 958231CD E5AD9276 1BF1D80B
XMPP/OTR on Adium: ryankendall [at] dukgo [dot] com
Adium Fingerprint: 1F6335B0 B6A02BB5 4F5D1846 D5BB9257 68842F63
PGP ("Pretty Good Privacy") is a highly-secure encryption protocol that that can be used with email. For the casual user, PGP is complicated to setup and difficult to use. If you aren't worried worried about surveillance by a nation-state, I recommend Mailvelope as a good first step. Mailvelope is an easy (read: dead simple) product to setup and use. It's not perfect, but it's an okay start.
It's probably faster, easier, and more reliable/secure (read: better) to use a product like ricochet.im or an XMPP service with OTR encryption via Tor Messenger or Adium than it is to use PGP with email. Here's a good article on getting started with those services: Micah Lee, Chatting in Secret While We’re All Being Watched, The Intercept (July 2015).
MyPGP-associated email addresses: rmk2145 [at] columbia [dot] edu OR ryankendall [at] ucla [dot] edu
My PGP Fingerprint: 6CB4 112D 10D0 E116 2C26 8FCE BAF0 7771 C212 C1A2
My 64-bit PGP Fingerprint: BAF0 7771 C212 C1A2
Click here for my PGP public key.asc file