Nope, not chiral due to amine inversion. An amine with a lone pair readily interconverts with an enantiomer.
"- Amine inversion means that an N with a lone pair on it won’t be chiral because its lone pairs flip around!"
-from Chad's videos
Thanks!I'm taking OChem right now, and we just covered amines, so I think I might be able to answer this? I believe that it doesn't count as chiral. Since the interconversion of the lone pair on nitrogen creates two chiral molecules already, you can't really have two enantiomers that exist separately.