Erin has 19 years of experience within healthcare philanthropy, grant making, and community health. Her research includes publications on grateful patient fundraising, sustainable development strategy, health equity, performance management, and community health investment.
Erin holds a Bachelor’s in History from Yale University and an MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles. She lives with her husband and daughter in California, where she decompresses by baking and hiking. (Not simultaneously.)
Erin is a passionate advocate for health equity and the power of philanthropy to transform the health landscape. She authored Advisory Board’s 2007 seminal work, “Connecting Through Care: Best Practices in Grateful Patient Fundraising,” which helped hospitals across the country to launch or elevate their core fundraising programs. Erin has been a featured speaker at the AAMC’s Group on Institutional Advancement, where she has also served as a judge for the Awards on Excellence; the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy’s Leading Forward conference; Blackbaud’s bbcon, and other pre-eminent health philanthropy forums.
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