Alisha Carter Harris, M.S.
Shatteen Bell, E., & Carter Harris, A. (2020, February) The Effect of Title IX Enforcement on Underrepresented Populations. Concurrent session presented at the 20th Annual Equity & Diversity Conference, University of North Texas, Denton, TX.
Shatteen Bell, E., & Carter Harris, A. (2019, October) The Effect of Title IX Enforcement on Underrepresented Populations. Plenary session presented at the 2019 Conference of The Consortium of Title IX and Equity Officers in Higher Ed Conference, The University of Texas Southwestern, Dallas, Texas.
Carter Harris, A. (2019, March). Staying in your Power: the Importance of Self-Care, Soft Skills and Strategies. Concurrent session presented at the Dallas County Community College District’s 8th Annual Women’s Empowerment Leadership Conference, Dallas, TX.
Carter Harris, A. (2018, March). Building Cultural Competency and Respect for Diversity. Course presented at the Community College of Beaver County’s Apprenticeship Program, Monaca, PA.
Areas of Expertise
Equal Opportunity/Employee Relations
B.S. in Criminal Justice, California University of Pennsylvania
M.S. in Legal Studies, California University of Pennsylvania
Certificate, Conflict Resolution, May 2020, University of North Texas
Alisha Carter Harris, M.S.
“A clever person solves a problem. A wise person avoids it.” Albert Einstein
Alisha Carter Harris is a consultant with TNG and has extensive experience in civil rights/equal opportunity compliance and implementing diversity and inclusion initiatives. Her experience is based primarily in higher education but Carter Harris is also well-versed in the financial services industry.
Prior to her arrival at TNG, Carter Harris served as an Employee Relations Partner at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. where she investigated employment-related complaints made by employees of all levels across the firm. She has also served as Associate Director of Equal Opportunity/Deputy Title IX Coordinator at the University of North Texas (UNT) in Denton, Texas. As Associate Director, Carter Harris assisted with the administration of the nondiscrimination program for UNT, most notably by conducting workplace and education investigations of alleged discrimination and harassment. As Deputy Title IX Coordinator, she assisted with Title IX compliance through policy development, oversight of student investigations, training, and advising faculty, staff, and administrators on matters related to sexual misconduct. Carter Harris has held similar administrative positions at the Community College of Allegheny County in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and California University of Pennsylvania in California, Pennsylvania.
Carter Harris holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice and an M.S. in Legal Studies from the California University of Pennsylvania. She also holds a certificate in alternative dispute resolution from the University of North Texas.