Social Impact Associate
Harrison supports initiatives to promote equal social-service access for marginalized and disenfranchised communities. His work involves DEIA planning, workforce development programs, correctional reentry support, and community gun violence reduction & intervention efforts. Prior to working with Social Contract, Harrison was engaged in community organizing around issues ranging from small-scale agriculture to racial equity & reparations research.
Harrison obtained a Bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from the University of Georgia, along with a Carl Vinson Institute of Government certificate in Community Development. He currently lives in Charlotte, NC with his wife and many plants. He spends weekends at the regional farmers’ market, hiking or swimming in the nearby foothills, or working in harm reduction with local organizers when possible.