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Cari Harris

Marketing Associate | Research Analyst

Cari Harris is the Research Analyst for Cushman & Wakefield | Commercial Advisors, LLC – a leading tenant and corporate advisory firm and Cushman & Wakefield | Commercial Advisors, LLC- a leading third-party provider of leasing, property management, and project management services with a portfolio of approximately 35 MSF representing $1BB in value.
She joined the CW team in October 2018, bringing her experience and knowledge of research methods, analytical strategies, spatial analysis, and ESRI products. Cari has conducted research on a variety of topics both domestically and internationally and has a passion for research and the insights it can provide.
Cari was raised in Memphis, graduating high school from Germantown in 2012 before attending Rhodes College, where she graduated with a BS in Environmental Science and minor in Urban Planning in 2016. In her spare time, she volunteers at the Memphis Public Library reading the Commercial Appeal on-air Saturday mornings and is on the Advisory Board for the Student Connect Center Enhanced Learning Academy (SCCELA), an intentional aftercare program for middle school students.


  • Certified ESRI ArcGIS Analyst
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, Urban Planning Minor, Rhodes College (2016)
  • Memphis Public Library Volunteer
  • No Boys Allowed Just Girls (NBAJG) Mentor
  • Board Member of Rhodes College SCCELA Intentional AfterCare program
  • WYPL 89.3 Volunteer

Presentations & Publications:

  • Publication: How would publication bias distort the estimated effect size of prototypic antidepressants in the forced swim test? (2018)
    • Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews Volume 92, September 2018, Pages 192-194
    • Awarded a prize from the Open Science Framework (OSF)
  • Presentation: Utilizing GIS for Weatherization Efforts (2016)
  • Presentation: Energy Equity in Memphis (2015)
  • Publication: GREENPRINT 2015/2040: the final Mid-South Regional Greenprint and Sustainability Plan (2015)