Perrine currently co-leads the Livable Cities program with a focus on developing tools and approaches to implement nature-based solutions in cities. Perrine is part of the Freshwater and Terrestrial Environment team of the Natural Capital Project. She helps develop and improve existing water models and provides technical support in applications of those models for watershed services. Prior to joining the team, Perrine worked as an environmental engineer in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and earned her PhD at Monash University in Australia in the field of urban hydrology. Her dissertation work involved both environmental monitoring and theoretical work, including modeling of stormwater systems at multiple scales. Perrine holds her Civil and Environmental Engineering diploma from Ecole Centrale Nantes, France.