Who We Are
Special Projects Manager
Perrin Clore Duncan began her role at the Arnall Family Foundation in 2022, primarily focusing on criminal justice reform. As an advocate for inclusive collaboration and innovation she helps ensure the right pieces are in place as we collectively work to improve systemic challenges.
She graduated Cum Laude from DePauw University in 2017, majoring in Economics and Studio Art and minoring in Spanish. She served as a member of DePauw’s Board of Trustees for three years post-graduation. Perrin completed her Master of Fine Arts from the Burren College of Art in County Clare, Ireland in 2019, and has exhibited her artwork in galleries and publications nationally and internationally.
She began her career managing Marketing and Communications for JUMP! Foundation, a non-profit social enterprise based in Bangkok, Thailand. Upon her return to Oklahoma in 2020, she worked at the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber where she led the United Way campaign and earned the Employee Campaign Coordinator Rookie-of-the-Year award for the fundraiser’s success.
Perrin is an avid cyclist, runner, and outdoor enthusiast. She is an ambassador for Newton Running and a member of the High-Performance Team for The Feed. She has completed the 500-mile-long Colorado Trail, 96-mile Lone Star Hiking Trail, and extended sections of the Pacific Crest Trail, Ozark Highlands Trail, and Annapurna Base Camp Circuit. She’s proudly certified as a Wilderness First Responder and always on the lookout for the next big adventure.
Perrin is a member of the United States Global Leadership Coalition’s Next Gen Global Leaders Network Class of 2024, Downtown Club of Oklahoma City, VEST, Economic Club of Oklahoma and ULI Oklahoma. She currently serves on the Alumni Board of Leadership Oklahoma City as a representative of LOYAL Class XVII and the Oklahoma City Public Schools Foundation YP4Kids! Board. She has been recognized by the OKC Friday as one of OKC’s Most Powerful Young Professionals, was a NextGen Under 30 awardee in 2022, featured in Hundred Magazine’s Wildly Capable Women Issue 02 in 2022, honored at the Oklahoma Hospitality Club’s Ladies in the News Luncheon in 2023 and is an honoree of the 2024 Greater Panhellenic Women of the Year luncheon.
At the core of her identity, Perrin has a deep commitment to community, her family, and to being an empathetic and compassionate friend. She is passionate about pursuing a life of purpose and deeply believes in the importance of education and equity for all.