Harrison is currently a doctoral candidate in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program at Bowling Green State University, and holds a BA in Psychology with a concentration in Applied Statistics from the University of Michigan. His research primarily involves examining LGBTQ+ mental health, and the effects of exposure to community violence among adolescents and emerging adults from low-income urban environments. He is also involved in projects evaluating the healthcare needs of marginalized and low-income families, and takes an intersectionality approach to his work.
He is originally from New Jersey, and enjoyed living just a train ride outside of New York City. When he’s not working, you can find Harrison baking, playing with his dog Brisket, or going on a run. Harrison is extremely excited to assist ECS on their various projects and is looking forward to learning more about applied Evaluation practices.