Perry Hewitt is an established leader in digital strategy, with extensive experience in both corporate and not-for-profit sectors. Her focus is on driving sustainable change to enable academic and cultural communities to adapt and thrive through digital transformation. She currently serves as Senior Advisor, Engagement Strategy at Lincoln Center.
Perry most recently led marketing at ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization advancing global higher education through innovative use of digital technologies. As Harvard University’s first chief digital officer, Perry conceived and led digital strategy for marketing, communications, and engagement for the general public, media, and alumni worldwide. Previously, she held marketing, editorial, and strategy roles at firms including Crimson Hexagon, Razorfish, Harcourt, and Lotus Development Corporation. She has consulted to media companies on digital product development, and began her career in publishing at Houghton Mifflin.
Perry currently serves in a number of leadership roles at the intersection of marketing, technology, and entrepreneurship. She is a board member of Junior Achievement U.S.A., a trustee at the Harvard Club of New York, and an advisor at the Harvard Business School’s Digital Initiative. She advises students, startups, and cultural institutions; she also writes and speaks on topics including managing digital transformation from cultural change to AI, marketing and content strategy, women and leadership, and the social web.
She has lived and worked in Switzerland, Russia, the United Kingdom, and Australia, and now lives in New York City.