Fagan Harris

Fagan Harris


University of Limerick (UL)


Fagan has been selected by the newly elected Governor of Maryland, Wes Moore, to serve as his chief of staff. Passionately committed to making a contribution to his home city of Baltimore., Fagan created Baltimore Corps to recruit and retain social impact leaders to Baltimore. In 2016, the Chronicle of Philanthropy named him as one of their 40 Under 40 for his work. A Fellow of the Emerson Collective, Fagan was Director of Outreach for an immigration reform campaign built around the documentary film 'The Dream is Now.' Fagan's role involved promotion and distribution of the film in theaters, community centers and campuses throughout the United States as well as helping to organize people to advocate for comprehensive immigration reform. Fagan is a 2011 Mitchell Scholar. He studied International Human Rights Law at the University of Limerick. His thesis research looked at the human rights dimension

of terrorism in the twenty first century with particular emphasis on the challenges for states trying to balance security with liberty, equality and justice. Fagan obtained his undergraduate degree from Stanford.