Conan Harris is presently the Deputy Director for the Mayor’s Office of Public Safety Initiatives. The Walsh organization made the Office of Public Safety Initiatives with the mission and obligation to foster maintainable frameworks from a perspective of access, opportunity, and advancement as it identifies with brutality avoidance and intercession. Harris is likewise the Director of My Brother’s Keeper Boston, a White House Initiative to work on the results for dark and brown young men and men.
Before The Mayor’s Office, Conan was the StreetWorker Manager for StreetSafe Boston, a drive of The Boston Foundation. StreetSafe works with Boston’s youngsters by sending Street Workers to draw in demonstrated dangerous youth. Street Workers intercede in and forestall savagery, associating youngsters too much-required projects and administrations, expanding on solid and trusting coaching connections.
As Deputy Director of Public Safety, Conan played an influential position in setting up Boston’s first Office of Returning Citizens, working with the once detained to plan the new office’s vision, projects, and administrations. The notable service for the new space, situated in the Seaport’s Design and Innovation region, was held in October 2017. It was generally celebrated across the city of Boston.
Conan holds a BA in Sociology from Boston University. He has counseled broadly and universally on different violence interventions and youth improvement programming. Conan talks freely to colleges and driving philanthropies on CORI laws, reemergence issues, and the Prison Industrial Complex.
Conan’s involvement with beating large numbers of the difficulties predominant in the downtown drives his devotion and assurance to have a beneficial outcome in metropolitan networks. Being raised by a single parent and a group of tough ladies helped shape his qualities. He holds them generally precious, particularly his better half Ayanna and his daughter Cora.