Harm joins the Seminoles with a wealth of swimming experience. She spent last season as a part of Clemson's staff and prior to that stint, she served as an assistant for the University of Miami for two seasons.
During her career at Georgia, she was portrayed as the perfect team-player by establishing a substantial role on the 2005 National Championship squad as well as the 2006 SEC Championship team, knocking off the heavily favored Auburn Tigers.
Also in 2006, she was crowned a National Champion as a part of the part of the 200 Medley Relay, swimming the backstroke leg of the race. Some of her teammates include Mary DeScenza and Kara Lynn Joyce, both of whom competed in several Olympics and World Championships for the United States. In addition, she also claimed a pair of second places at the NCAA meet as a part of the 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams. Individually in 2006, she finished second in the 200 IM at the NCAA Championships.
Today, her times are still among the top swims in the history of the Bulldogs program. She is also a three-time Olympic Trial qualifier.
As an eight-time All-American, Harm also excelled in the classroom establishing herself as an Academic All-American.
After her swimming career at the University of Georgia, Harm attended The Ohio State University as a graduate student, where she also coached on both the collegiate and club levels.
Harm is a native of Philadelphia, PA. She earned a degree in Sports Studies and a minor in Sociology from the University of Georgia in 2006. She went on to attain a master's degree in Sport and Exercise Management from The Ohio State University.