Role at FSG
As a consultant, Perri is excited to engage across sectors to drive social impact and scale successful strategic insights on a global level. She is currently working with a major foundation to address barriers faced by women and girls in accessing healthcare services and products in the developing world.
Prior to joining FSG, Perri worked on a cross-sectoral partnership to bolster mental health infrastructure and provider capacity in Ghana as a Fellow for the Global Health Leadership Institute. As part of this work, she conducted a strategic needs assessment and evaluation for a new community mental health program, supporting its scale up across the nation. During graduate school, Perri consulted with Planned Parenthood of Southern New England to broaden male participation in programming and fundraising efforts. She previously worked on marketing strategy at Médecins Sans Frontières and supported the development and implementation of large-scale health interventions with the Global Health team at Clinton Global Initiative. Perri further conducted field research on the socioeconomic effects of the comorbidity of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis while working in a clinic in Cape Town, South Africa. Most recently, she worked with Yale-New Haven Health System on the expansion of a community coalition dedicated to removing barriers to healthy eating and physical activity.
- Yale University, MPH in Healthcare Management and Global Health
- Northwestern University, BA in Sociology and Global Health
On working at FSG
“I was drawn to FSG due to its analytical rigor, innovative thinking, and collaborative approach, all of which are grounded by an unwavering dedication to create significant impact in the social sector domestically and abroad. My colleagues are true thought leaders in the field, effecting change in every corner of the globe and disseminating knowledge to expand the scope of our impact. I am humbled and inspired to work alongside such intelligent, creative individuals who share my passion to bring an evidence-based, results-focused framework to solving social problems. The opportunity to engage in this kind of work on a daily basis is immensely rewarding.”