Director & Team Lead – Research, Evidence & Learning
Erin leads VillageReach’s Research, Evidence and Learning team and its Monitoring and Evaluation community of practice, engaging stakeholders in data-driven decision making. Erin has expertise in research execution and evaluation methods in immunization programs, public health supply chains, human resources for supply chain, and health systems strengthening initiatives.
As part of her role at VillageReach, Erin leads research and evaluation efforts across the organization, including assessing the Next Generation Immunization Supply Chain program, supply chain maturity and performance in Liberia and perceptions of heat stable carbetocin to inform potential new product introduction in Nigeria. She has also authored numerous peer-reviewed articles on human resources for supply chain, cost analyses, and mHealth.
Prior to joining VillageReach, Erin worked in various public health and nonprofit organizations. She even spent time as a community health volunteer in Uganda for the United States Peace Corps.
Erin holds a Master of Public Health in Community Oriented Public Health Practice and Master of Social Work in Community Centered Integrative Practice from the University of Washington. She received a Bachelor of Science in Community Health from Western Washington University.