Maternal and Child Health
Child Social and Emotional Development
Community and Equity Development
Training Evaluation and Workforce Competency Development
Erin is currently overseeing the New York State Birth Through Five Preschool Development Grant Needs Assessment. She provides training evaluation and worker competency development within the Healthy Families New York evaluation project. She has also developed an Equity Agenda Strategic Plan for county government and coordinated a large-scale Time and Motion study for OPWDD. Before coming to CHSR, she provided research support to a longitudinal study following children from birth to age 3 regarding a number of developmental, social, and educational outcomes. She also provided support and resources to new mothers who were experiencing a variety of mental health challenges, including postpartum depression. Her background includes providing mental health counseling and substance abuse prevention programs for students in grades K-12. She also provided program evaluation, training, consultation, and technical assistance to school district personnel across New York State regarding best practices in educating students with autism spectrum disorders.
Erin received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and English from the University of Rochester. She received her Master’s Degree in School Counseling from the College of Saint Rose.