Erica N. Chambers
Research Consultant & Advisory Board Member
Erica N. Chambers, MPH is President of the Social Equity Collective, a consulting firm supporting social innovation in public health, education, civic engagement, community development, and philanthropy that focuses on the triple bottom line of people, financial gain, and creating equitable communities. She previously served as Senior Program Director for Community Development and Health Equity at First Year Cleveland (FYC), which aims to reduce racial disparities in infant mortality in Cuyahoga County, Ohio; as Program Officer at the Sisters of Charity Foundation focusing on food access, infant mortality, social enterprise, and community development; and as Local Improvement Advisor at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement as a part of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s 100 Million Healthier Lives campaign. An expert in community-based research, racial disparities, community engagement, and designing public health interventions at the community and systems level, Erica has worked in public school settings, social welfare, academic institutions, non-profits, health care, and philanthropy. Erica earned her BS in Human Ecology from The Ohio State University and her MPH from Case Western Reserve University.