Erin Bailey has served as a Program Manager for The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness since February 2020. She is a current PhD student at UW-Madison’s School of Human Ecology in the Civil Society and Community Research program. She is a 2009 SoHE graduate with a B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies with a certificate in Gender and Women’s Studies, and a 2017 SoHE graduate with an M.S. in Human Ecology. Erin brings over 17 years of experience working with underserved communities, fostering programming and research in the fight against health disparities. For almost two decades she has worked for The Witness Project of Madison in several capacities, the most recent of which is Director of Programming. The Witness Project is an evidenced based breast and cervical cancer prevention and screening program for African American women. Erin previously served as the community based researcher for the Cancer Health Disparities Program, a population science program at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center.