Associate Project Manager of Water Equity Research
Grace Harrison (she/her) is an associate project manager of water equity research at the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation. Her work addresses persistent inequities in access to safe and affordable water across California and the United States. This work is intersectional and focuses on public policy, public health, infrastructure and environmental science.
Grace has been working in the water field for much of her professional and academic career. Prior to joining the LCI as a staff member, Grace graduated from UC Berkeley with a Master of Public Health in Environmental Health. While completing her degree, she worked as a graduate student assistant with the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment on their Human Right to Water Project, specifically focusing on water affordability for individuals using small water systems and domestic wells in California. She also holds a B.S. in Society and Environment from UC Berkeley.