Erin McClintock, MEd
Vice President of Community Engagement Impact and Education
As Vice President of Community Engagement Impact and Education, Erin McClintock leads EVERFI’s work in mental health, well-being, and social and emotional learning. She approaches her work from a strength-based standpoint and has a diverse array of expertise in mental health, substance use prevention, violence prevention, digital wellness, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. In her role, Erin looks critically at the ways in which technology can make an impact on tackling some of the world’s most seemingly intractable issues and how to best leverage education to cultivate a widespread impact on learners across the lifespan.
Prior to joining EVERFI, Erin served as a clinical mental health counselor and held a variety of roles in the mental health and well-being sector within higher education, K12 education, and community wellness. Her work and expertise have been featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education, Parents Magazine, Inside Higher Ed, Thrive Global, Diverse Issues in Higher Education, Popsugar, US News and World Report, and several other media outlets. Erin holds a graduate degree in Mental Health Counseling and completed her post-master’s education in trauma and addiction counseling.
- The Pandemic May Have Long Term Effects On Our Kids Mental Health | Pop Sugar
- Businesses Must Understand The Intersections of Mental Health and Sustainability | Sustainable Brands
- Students of Color Are Not OK. Here’s How Colleges Can Help Support Them | The Chronicle of Higher Education