As a principal at Plante Moran Real Estate Investment Advisors, Erin assists religious communities, not-for-profit organizations, and senior living providers in financial and operational reviews. She offers clients her experienced advice in relation to strategic planning, planning for retirement needs, assessment of available resources based on demographics, budget assistance, staffing analyses, business process mapping and technology needs analysis, business plan review, and evaluation of alternative revenue streams.
Specifically, Erin specializes in organizational retirement planning for religious institutes. She assists clients in evaluating retirement options for aging members by assessing the availability of current and future financial resources; comparing options available for subsidized care through Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, or other programs; and determining the availability and appropriateness of care setting options.
Erin regularly presents at workshops on financial and reimbursement issues specific to not-for-profits and long-term care providers. She also conducts business planning seminars for community-based organizations providing long-term care services.
Erin has an extensive background in not-for-profit management and senior care services. She served as the chief financial officer of the largest Area Agency on Aging in Michigan, and prior to that, as the executive director of a family violence agency.
Erin earned a bachelor's degree in history with an emphasis on theology from Loyola University of Chicago and an MBA with an emphasis in finance from Cleveland State University.