Erin Stiling Sloan is a Program Manager for Schools That Can Pittsburgh focusing on Career Skills pathways. She also specializes in strategic planning and implementation for other nonprofits and is currently leading this strategic work for a health-careers-focused high school in Boston. Erin also serves as Adjunct Faculty member for the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Education. Prior to relocating to Pittsburgh, she served as Founding Director of Special Education and Dean of Curriculum and Instruction at one of Uncommon Schools Boston’s 5th – 8th campuses and was part of the team that helped Uncommon Schools generate the greatest student academic gains of any large charter network. Erin earned her Master’s degree from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, where she was awarded an Urban Scholars Fellowship. Prior to teaching elementary school in Chicago Public Schools as a Teach for America corps member, Erin completed her undergraduate work at Northwestern University. She serves on the Board of Trustees of Catalyst Academy Charter School and on the Thrive Advisory Board of Literacy Pittsburgh.