Paul Perrin leads the Pulte Institute's Evidence and Learning Division and is an international health, humanitarian, and development research and practice professional with over a decade of work experience in academic, government, and non-governmental settings. To date, his work has largely focused on supporting the conceptualization, design, implementation, analysis, and reporting on monitoring and evaluation and implementation science activities in resource-challenged environments. He has extensive experience in adult education and technical writing, including briefings for senior government officials, peer-reviewed publications, and technical reports.
Prior to joining Pulte, Perrin served as the director for monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning at Catholic Relief Services (CRS). He has also worked as senior technical advisor for health research and evaluation at CRS, and an information officer at the Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance within the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). During his tenure at USAID, Perrin served as editor-in-chief for two of the office’s annual reports, an information coordinator for the Haiti earthquake response management team, and provided information support to the Europe, Middle East, and Central Asia team.
The Practice of Human Development and Dignity (VIRTUAL)
‘We’re Back’: First-Ever Open House Brings Undergrads, Faculty Together
Sep 7, 2021
The Kellogg Institute for International Studies kicked off the academic year on Aug. 30 with its first-ever undergraduate open house, an event that brought together approximately 100 current and prospective students, staff, and faculty for a rare chance to mingle outside the classroom.
Putting Dignity into Practice
Feb 18, 2021
A new volume from the Kellogg Institute Book Series on Democracy and Development examines the meaning of the term “human dignity” and asks how those who work in the field can put it into practice.