Director, Projects on Family Financial Security and Mobility, The Pew Charitable Trusts
Erin Currier is director of family financial security and mobility at The Pew Charitable Trusts. The project conducts original research to assess family balance sheets across diverse US households and the degree to which Americans’ short-term economic security relates to longer-term economic mobility. She works directly with top experts, oversees the project team and ensures their work is understandable to policy makers and the public. She has testified before state legislatures and Congress, spoken at conferences across the country, and been interviewed for print and electronic media. Currier was recently included in National Journal’s list of the 25 most influential Washington women under 35.