Harmonie Coleman


Harmonie is a culture worker, designer, writer, and educator working to amplify collective learning, joy, and justice. She specializes in coalition building, workshop design and facilitation, healing-centered practice, participatory research, and program strategy. As a community and service designer, her recent projects range from child welfare systems transformation to grantmaking strategy for philanthropic foundations.

Harmonie thrives in community, finding purpose and excitement in building relationships, fostering culture, and bridging the gap between seemingly divergent ideas. She believes joy and justice are interdependent, and regularly employs music, art, and humor to center individual and collective well-being while dismantling oppressive systems. Her past experiences as a teacher and community organizer both deepen her expertise and ground her current work and interests. She continues to be an ardent advocate for Ethnic Studies education and equity in mental health treatment and access for youth. Harmonie holds a B.A. in Psychology and Race & Difference Studies from Emory University and a M.Ed. in Teaching and Curriculum from Harvard Graduate School of Education. In her free time, you can find her curating the perfect playlist, frolicking in nature, or reading the latest N.K. Jemisin novel.

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