Harry Frahn

Harry  Frahn


Harry Frahn is an Assistant Research Scholar in the Litmus and Director's Office Labs programs at the NYU Marron Institute; he also works with the Urban Expansion and Human Exploitation and Resilience research teams. Harry earned his undergraduate degree in Public Affairs  at UCLA, where he worked on research about pedestrian safety initiatives, bike lane implementation, and voter turnout trends in LA County; outside of school, he spent a year working for LA City Councilmember Nithya Raman. At NYU Marron, he splits his time between writing (policy/gap analyses, grants, etc.) and data analysis/GIS. Outside of work, he enjoys playing guitar, reading, and warm afternoons in Prospect Park.