Managing Director of the Haupert Institute for Agricultural Studies
Joined the Huntington University faculty in 2018.
Nate Perry returned to Huntington University in 2018 as the coordinator of ag operations and external relations and now serves as the managing director of the Haupert Institute for Agricultural Studies. A graduate of Huntington University with a bachelor’s degree in business, Nate spent sixteen years of his professional career in the Office of Admissions at Huntington University, eventually serving as the assistant vice president for enrollment. He also worked for two years as director of initiatives with the North American Coalition for Christian Admissions Professionals (NACCAP). In addition to his current work at HU, Nate has been involved with his alma mater through the Ag Advisory Council and the Forester men’s baseball team.
His current work as the managing director for the Haupert Institute for Agricultural studies draws on his background in family farm operations in northwest Ohio and the thumb of Michigan and institutional knowledge of Huntington University.
Nate has been elected to the Foundation Board for the Indiana FFA Foundation and serves on the marketing subcommittee; he also serves on the Advocate Council of Farm Credit Mid-America. Additionally, Nate sits on a number of local high school career and technology education advisory groups.