Erin moved back to Connecticut in the fall of 2014 after 10 years in South Florida. She was educated at Barnard College and received an MPH from the School of Public Health at Columbia University. She lived in New York City for a decade working in the nonprofit sector doing program development focused on women’s health and rights, most recently at the Rockefeller Foundation. During her time in Florida, Erin founded a collaborative workspace for women and in 2013 launched a new women’s publication, Muses & Visionaries, for which she currently serves as publisher. She has been a member of WDN since 2003 and much of her recent philanthropic giving relates to work initiated through the organization. Erin is passionate about reproductive rights as well as child/adolescent health and well-being. On the home front, Erin has been married for 15 years and has three great kids whose varied interests and personalities make life wonderfully exciting and full.