Felix Owusu MPP
Felix Owusu is a Fellow in The Lab @ DC. He is also a Data Scientist at the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD). In this capacity, Felix works to develop MPD’s work research, policy evaluation, and innovation.
Felix is also a doctoral candidate in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, a Research Fellow at Harvard Law School’s Criminal Justice Policy Program, and a Doctoral Fellow in the Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy at Harvard University. His research agenda focuses on the relationships between criminal justice involvement, education, and labor market outcomes across race and class.
Felix holds a BA in economics and political science from Williams College and an MPP from the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to joining The Lab, Felix worked as an economic litigation consultant at Cornerstone Research and was involved in policy research at the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Office of Research, and UC Berkeley’s Institute for Research on Labor and Employment. In his free time, Felix enjoys creating and learning dance choreography, playing hand percussion, pick up soccer and ultimate frisbee, and exploring his new neighborhood in Ward 5.