Maureen Perrin is an epidemiologist and leads Gevity's Population and Public Health Practice. With more than 15 years of experience in transforming data from paper reports into integrated digital information, Maureen focuses on creating a world where evidence informs decisions and drives the actions required to improve health.
From working with clients to develop strategic plans to ensuring program solutions are effectively and efficiently implemented, Maureen combines her deep knowledge of public health with informatics and business methodologies to deliver results.
Maureen is an articulate and skilled facilitator, engaging stakeholders with disparate needs to reach agreements that advance project goals. Her gregarious nature and leadership ability first emerged in an unconventional location: in the pool as Most Valuable Goalie for her university water polo team.
When not working with her team and clients, you can find Maureen relaxing by trying out new recipes in her kitchen, enticing her family to play a game of cribbage, or running with her dog along the Trans-Canada Trail.
Maureen has an MSc in Epidemiology from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine/University of London and a Graduate Certificate in Information Technology Project Management from the University of Ottawa. She maintains a number of professional certifications, including CPHIMS-CA (Certified Professional in Health Informatics), change management, and project management.