Communications and Executive Assistance
Alexander Perry currently assists the Director and Deputy Directors of the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform (CJJR) at Georgetown University by providing administrative, logistical, and programatic support for the center’s important mission. He also helps with the center's communications and visual identity. Prior to joining the CJJR in 2019, Alex served as the Associate Director of the Research Institute at DePaul University in Chicago. In this role, Alex helped plan, support, and execute the missions of the Arditti Center for Risk Management, the Center for Financial Services, and the Driehaus Center for Behavioral Finance, as well as the Department of Finance as a whole.
Concurrent to these academic roles, Alex works as a published freelance writer, art critic and journalist, editor, produced playwright, and design assistant. He holds two graduate degrees in Religion and Literature, most recently from the University of Chicago. He earned his BFA in Playwriting from the Theatre School at DePaul University, formerly the Goodman School of Drama. He lives in D.C. with his two favorite people—his wife and his dog.