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I am inspired, and have much admiration for, the courage and creativity with which religious congregations are approaching the challenges of today and reimagining their tomorrow.

Erin George


As a principal at Plante Moran Realpoint (PMR), formerly Plante Moran REIA, Erin assists religious communities and their ministries in developing a holistic and comprehensive vision for the future, within the context of their mission. This work includes considerations for resource planning and the development of organizational structures that will support the desired vision.

Erin has extensive experience working with numerous religious institutes, not-for-profit organizations, and senior living providers in the areas of visioning, strategic planning, organizational transition, relationships with sponsored works, planning for the care and support needs of members, assessment of available resources, identification of opportunities for collaboration or partnerships, organizational and staffing analyses, business plan reviews, and identification of alternative revenue streams.

Erin has an extensive background in not-for-profit management and senior care services, having served as the chief financial officer of the largest Area Agency on Aging in Michigan and 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 in finance from Cleveland State University.