Kamryn Perry is a Project Associate for BPC’s Health Project. Prior to joining BPC, she worked with a local nonprofit to create a summer program for disadvantaged youth in the area. She also spent significant time as a physical therapy aide, providing hands-on care to patients and learning the basics of a medical practice. As an undergraduate student, Perry served on the Student Health Advisory Committee at her university, advocating for patient interests and recommending policy and practice changes to the University Health Center. She was also the president of a campus-wide community service organization.
Perry graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2021 where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Family Science, focusing on policy and research that affects maternal, child, and family health with a minor in Kinesiology.