Anthony Perry is a Chickasaw citizen, author, and health care quality improvement manager living in London, England.
I grew up in the small town of Ardmore, Oklahoma (USA), the third of four children. The first memories of my Chickasaw roots come from my paternal grandmother. We would visit her on our family land in rural Stonewall, Oklahoma, where she would tell us stories such as Te Ata’s The Rattlesnake, show us how to make crafts with beads and take us to cultural events in the Chickasaw Nation.
Professionally, I work in the National Health Service in England. I have an undergraduate degree in Religion, with a minor in Government, from Dartmouth College in New Hampshire and Masters degrees in Public Policy from Birkbeck College (University of London) and in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
When not at work, I enjoy travelling (when I get the chance) and spending time with my wife and two young children.
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