Dr. Helen Perry
Helen Perry is an Associate of Strategic Concepts International and Director of HJPerry Research & Publishing.
With a PhD from the London School of Economics, Helen's experience in management research and communications crosses industries and cultures.
A long-time student of Arabic and former Deputy Editor of the Middle East Times, Helen's work in the Middle East includes clients in the oil and gas industry as well as a leading international health charity.
As a Research Associate at LSE, major projects have included modelling strategic planning in the US Air Force and analysis of international trends and challenges in public sector management reform. In her previous role as Director of Research and Communications at the Cyprus International Institute of Management, Helen established the international INSPIRE project on public sector innovation. She is also Founder Editor of the international management quarterly CMR-the CIIM Management Review.
Helen has covered business, economics and finance in India for the Economist Intelligence Unit and Oxford Analytica, as well as for the BBC. She has also worked for the Ford Foundation in New Delhi and consulted for Britain's Department for International Development, designing management training programmes for senior public sector staff.
Working for the BBC World Service in London, Helen was involved in the design and launch of 24-hour news programming. She also worked as Senior Researcher at ‘Tony Blair's favourite think-tank', Demos, from 1997-98, exploring the interface between business, politics and society.
Helen's corporate communications clients have included industry leaders in the drinks, hotel and leisure industries. Helen was born in England and has lived in the United States, India and Cyprus. She is currently based in Cyprus.