Erin McCarville is the Vice President of Programs at the Great Lakes Protection Fund. Erin is responsible for building and managing the portfolio of new technologies, strategies, and financing tools to protect and enhance the health of the Great Lakes.
Most recently Erin served as a senior technical specialist at Ariadne Labs with Harvard University where she built and directed an innovation lab focused on solutions to critical global health challenges. Her experience includes interdisciplinary research, systems thinking, coalition-building, and product design. She is committed to working across disciplines to build innovative solutions that deliver impact.
Erin has a doctorate in public health from the University of Illinois at Chicago, a master’s degree in public health from Johns Hopkins University, and a bachelor’s in public policy analysis and biology from Pomona College.