Chief of Staff
Erin Rossitto (she/her) is a graduate of Barnard College and earned a Masters Degree in Public Health from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. She began her professional career at the Center for the Advancement of Women in New York City working on issues of gender equality, with a focus on reproductive health and justice. After graduate school, she worked at the Rockefeller Foundation moving funds to organizations addressing the impact of globalization on women’s labor and economic opportunity. In 2010, Erin tapped into her entrepreneurial spirit, creating and running a women’s coworking space as well as a forward thinking national magazine for women, Muses & Visionaries, where she served as Publisher and as a contributing writer. Following the 2016 election, and feeling the tug of her professional roots, Erin accepted a position as Director of Strategy and Planning at ROC United, an organization that improves wages and working conditions for the nation’s restaurant workforce. At ROC, she worked on the One Fair Wage campaign while providing leadership on development, organizational strategy, planning, and resource management for both the 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) entities. She served twice on the Women Donors Network Board of Directors for a total of 8 years, as a board member of the Healthy Teen Network for 7 years, and on several alumnae committees of Barnard College up to present day. She lives in Fairfield, Connecticut with her husband and is mom to a son in college and twin daughters who are entering their Senior year of high school. Thankfully she has a dog and two cats to parent once all the kids have left the nest.