ABOUT ME

Elizabeth Harris is a Community Psychologist and Activist in the Simi Hills. She received her doctorate at the University of California at Los Angeles. She works with First Nations and immigrant populations facing health disparities to access and use data and research for the purpose of community empowerment. Dr. Harris also served as an instructor for the United Nations Drug Control Program in Eastern Europe. Her topic areas included Women in Recovery, Residential Programs for Youth and the Need to Incorporate Spirituality when Treating HIV/AIDS. Publications to date are in the field of psychology and focus on behavioral and public health promotion. In addition, she is Board President for the Foundation for the Preservation of the Santa Susana Mountains, a non-profit cooperating organization dedicated to supporting the Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park.