Diane Harris is a policy analyst on CLASP’s education, labor, and worker justice team. With a focus on job quality, worker organizing rights, and workforce development, Diane brings experience from her previous role as a communications and policy associate at the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA). In this role, Diane played a role in advocating for the rights of Latinx workers nationwide, engaging with federal agencies and congressional offices, and developing and advancing LCLAA’s policy objectives through research, legislation, and communication strategies.
Throughout her undergraduate career, Diane supported state and federal organizing around gun violence prevention, interning with Brady: United Against Gun Violence and BradyPAC. She also interned for various congressional and local campaigns, actively participating in fundraising efforts. Diane holds a bachelor’s degree in political science with honors from the George Washington University, along with a master’s in public policy with a focus on family policy from the same institution.