Harmon is a CPI Board member with a background in city, regional, and environmental planning. In the last ten years, he directed the update of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency’s regional plan and served as the head planner for Douglas County, Nevada, updating the county’s master and open space plan documents while also drafting numerous ordinances that preserve ranchland while increasing the economic vitality and enhancing the built environment of the Carson Valley’s small towns. Harmon and his family moved to Boulder, Colorado in 2012 so that Harmon could attend law school at the University of Colorado. He has interned for a Federal District Court judge, is an editor of the Environmental Law Review, and currently works as a law clerk for a midsize law firm in Boulder. He intends to specialize in land use, environmental, and public interest law after graduation.