As director of research at StayWell Health Management, Erin guides and supports StayWell’s population health management research agenda. She serves as research consultant and principle investigator for numerous strategic initiatives, program evaluation and outcomes studies. Erin’s work in research and reporting helps to define best practices for the industry.
Erin has over 12 years of public and population health experience. Prior to joining StayWell, Erin worked as an epidemiologist for both the Minnesota Department of Health and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. She served as a contributing member on the Health Disparities Committee of Cancer Plan Minnesota. Erin also served as chairperson of the Measurement and Evaluation Committee of the NACSM Midwest Worksite Health Promotion Group steering committee and as a community advisor for the Minnesota Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention steering committee. Erin is actively involved in several industry research workgroups and committees of the Health Enhancement Research Organization and Care Continuum Alliance.
She holds a master of public health degree in epidemiology from the University of Massachusetts, a bachelor’s degree in exercise and health science from Alma College, and studied at the University of North London in London, England.
Erin has published numerous peer-reviewed, scientific research studies benefiting the field of health management. She has a passion for endurance running and triathlons and believes in giving back to her community.
- Over 12 years of public and population health research experience
- Holds a master of public health degree in epidemiology
- Has published numerous peer-reviewed, scientific research studies in the field of population health management