Erin has 15+ years of experience developing and implementing health and humanitarian projects, including initiatives for asylum, migration, disaster risk reduction, and access to healthcare. She is skilled in developing and maintaining partnerships with internal and external stakeholders such as non-governmental organizations, State, Federal, and multilateral agencies. Erin delivers strategies and evidence-based decisions through qualitative and quantitative research and is experienced in programming for vulnerable private and public populations. She has worked with organizations such as the Department of Public Health, Development Transformation Institute, Kaiser Permanente, and the United Nations International Organization for Migration.
Erin holds a Master of International Relations/Political Science degree from The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland, and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Iowa Tippie College of Business and CIMBA Italy Program. She is an Incident Management Team Planner and Subject Matter Expert to support complex multijurisdictional humanitarian missions that provide sheltering and mass care services to vulnerable populations in emergency response contexts.