Holly Harriel

Holly Harriel is a practicing planner. As a Lecturer at DUSP, she is broadly interested in urban anchor institution partnerships, planning practice, and the just city. Her recent work has explored the relationship between space, liberatory design, and Black epistemology in the urban context.

Holly received a B.S. from Tuskegee University in Biology - Pre-Med, an M.Sc. from Auburn University in Rural Sociology, an MCP from MIT, and an Ed.D in Higher Education Management from the University of Pennsylvania.

Areas of Interest
Anchor Institutions / Town-Gown, Community Development, HBCUs / Minority-Serving Institutions, Liberatory Design, Partnerships, Planning Practice / Clinical Education, Trauma and Memory, Urban Information, Technology, and Media and Analytics