Senior Director, Health Management, WTW
Erin is an experienced leader in mental health clinical strategy, program development and operations. She consults for a wide variety of clients to help improve employee engagement and awareness around mental health care and substance use disorder, including creating anti-stigma campaigns, evaluating and applying digital technologies, and identifying operational solutions for improved behavioral health care. Previously, she was a leader in the behavioral health department of a nationally recognized regional health plan where she developed, implemented and evaluated specialized population health programs for mental health and substance use disorders. In addition to this, she also worked closely with employer groups as a behavioral health subject matter expert, helping employers understand their employee’s mental health and substance use disorder utilization, solving for pain points and executing targeted solutions for employee awareness and engagement.
Erin was previously a clinical social worker in direct practice, providing social work services and care to patients in trauma/burn units in Detroit, Michigan and was a core member of the Addiction Psychiatry team at an academic teaching hospital in Boston. She also oversaw social work delivery in psychiatric units at a Boston-based hospital system. She has served as a clinical instructor at Boston-area graduate schools for social work students in their clinical internships.
Erin graduated from Kalamazoo College with a Bachelor of Arts in political science and religious studies, followed by a Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.