Despite growing up in urban Baltimore City, Harry fell in love with agriculture from a young age at the local farmers market and started a garden to bring his community together over food. His career followed this passion, and he eventually realized that the way to create the necessary change in our food system was through policy. After working for various agriculture advocacy organizations, including National Farmers Union, the Senate Agriculture Committee, and the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture, Harry now focuses on market-based nutrient reduction policies as the Senior Agriculture Policy Analyst for the Environmental Policy Innovation Center.

Harry's earliest political memory is of seeing Barack Obama speak in Baltimore just before his first inauguration, and he later knocked doors for his 2012 reelection campaign. Harry became involved in politics in earnest during the earliest stages of the 2016 presidential cycle and since has volunteered on presidential, congressional, and gubernatorial campaigns.

After moving to Annapolis in August 2020, Harry wasted no time before volunteering for the aldermanic campaign of a longtime friend. He is excited to continue his involvement in the city's civic life by serving on the ADCC and hopes to fashion Annapolis into a national leader on the environment and electoral reforms while keeping a focus on improving everyday services for Annapolitans and of course electing Democrats!