Meg Perry is a Facilitator at RESOLVE, where she facilitates collaboration and consensus-building processes, and provides project management, strategic coordination, and in-depth research and writing services. She specializes in processes that seek to integrate science and human interests in the development of cross-sectoral agreements and solutions. Her recent projects focus on natural resource management and include work on large river systems, ecosystem restoration, responsible minerals development, agriculture, and energy.
Prior to joining RESOLVE, Meg served as a Fulbright U.S. Student Research Fellow in Malaysia, where she managed a community-based wildlife monitoring program, supported outreach activities, and directed field-based ecological research in a tropical estuary. She also has experience conducting research in Panama, Alaska, and the Eastern U.S.; and as a secondary school science teacher.
Meg holds a Master of Environmental Management from the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University with a certificate in Community Based Environmental Management, and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Swarthmore College.
Master of Environmental Management, certificate in Community Based Environmental Management.
Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, Durham, NC. 2014.
Bachelor of Arts, Biology.
Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA. 2008.