Perrin joined MMSA in March of 2016. She currently serves as the project manager on the ACRES (Afterschool Coaching for Reflective Educators in STEM) project and serves on the communication committee within MMSA. Perrin works to connect out of school providers to STEM resources through in-person and virtual professional development. At the heart of her work is the facilitation of online professional learning communities. Perrin began her career as a classroom teacher. She taught math and science to middle school students first in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and then in Newbury, Massachusetts. Perrin went on to work as the Education Director of the Seacoast Science Center in Rye, New Hampshire for 14 years. Perrin has an undergraduate degree in environmental conservation, with dual minors in marine biology and education. Perrin’s Master of Education degree is from the University of New Hampshire, where she focused her efforts on integrating technology into informal education. In Perrin’s free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends in southern, coastal Maine. She enjoys volunteering at regional swim meets as a stroke and turn judge, and helping to grow her husband’s community art endeavors.