Harris Rosenblum is a Master of Planning student at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy. He received a bachelor’s degree in sociology with a minor in public health from Tulane University. Prior to USC, Harris worked for a non-profit that helped families recover from Hurricane Katrina and other natural disasters throughout the country. He also spent a year outside the US working for an impact investing startup. Harris is fascinated by the intersection between urban planning and public health and hopes to use his degree to help guide housing development out of our current crisis without sacrificing community health outcomes. In his free time, Harris likes to see live music, wander the city, and try new foods.