Erin is an investor, strategist, keynote speaker and coach. Much of her working life was spent in Chicago, first as a fundraising executive and then as a private banker at JPMorgan. She received her undergraduate degree in English Literature and French from Bates College and her MBA in Finance from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. More recently, she served as an independent corporate director for a technology company based in Denver, and for a privately-held brain health company in Chicago.
Erin speaks to corporate and non-profit audiences on business topics including “Equal Pay for Equal Work: Trends, Legislation and Best Practices,” “Confidence: Tales and Techniques to Disrupt Your Status Quo,” “Disrupt the Pay Gap: Groupthink Hurts Equal Pay,” and “10 Things Your MBA Won’t Teach You.” She teaches Global Strategic Management in Whitworth University’s MBA program and helped establish Whitworth’s Leadership360 Speaker Series.
For the past six years, Erin has coached North Idaho XC, a Jr. Olympic team comprised of 30 elite youth runners including 13 All-Americans. Erin grew up in Maine. She currently lives near Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.