Milan Harris is a junior psychology major, criminal justice minor from Baltimore, MD attending Howard University. She has interned for a rising mental health facility in West Baltimore City, as well as on Capitol Hill with Congressman Elijah E. Cummings. While her goal is to be a forensic psychologist focusing on disenfranchised groups of people, she is also a voracious writer and has written for two online collegiate journals: The Odyssey Online, and Caged Bird Magazine, which she continues to write for. Milan completed her Associate of Arts Degree while she was still in high school, taking classes at her local community college in addition to her high school classes. Currently, she is a legacy scholar at Howard University and has a 3.8 GPA. She is in three committees in the Howard University Chapter of the NAACP and has also volunteered extensively with the Howard University Middle School. In the spring semester of 2017, Milan studied psychology and Spanish in Costa Rica at Universidad Veritas. While in Costa Rica, she also taught English and volunteered at a local kindergarten. She aims to get her Doctorate degree in the field of psychology.