Perry works to engage students in the co-curricular space by supporting student organizations around student-led sustainable development initiatives on campus. He also works to track and assess the work that various student groups are working on and encourages collaboration among groups.
Perry holds a Master’s degree in Sustainability from the Harvard Extension School, a Master’s degree in Counseling from Boston College, and an undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Music from the University of New Hampshire. He comes to Penn State from New York City and previously Boston, Massachusetts, where he spent several years working with a diverse group of students in a variety of settings including education, healthcare, and environmental nonprofits. He is excited about bringing together his passions of direct student support in higher education with the desire to make the world a cleaner, healthier, and better place for future generations.
Perry resides with his partner in State College and enjoys swimming, hiking, playing guitar, cooking, and learning about how he can make more responsible and ethical choices in his day-to-day life.