Erin McNally

Erin supports Public Agenda’s quantitative and qualitative research projects. Her responsibilities include coordinating focus groups, recording feedback and providing analysis. While Erin’s primary focus is qualitative research methods, she also has experience with survey development, data collection and analysis.

Prior to joining Public Agenda, Erin served as a Medical Outreach and Wish Granting Administrator at the Make-A-Wish foundation, where she managed family intake on the Salesforce and Raiser’s Edge databases, interviewed families with children with critical illnesses, and coordinated with medical doctors and facilities. She also worked at the nonprofit organization, Citizens Against Recidivism, where she cultivated donors, planned major organization events, and worked with leadership to develop programs to reintegrate formerly incarcerated individuals back into society. Additionally, Erin served as a volunteer Program Administrator at The Rosedale Center, developing educational and recreational activities for young girls in the South Bronx. 

Erin received a bachelor’s degree with a double major in Sociology and Urban Studies with a minor in Peace and Justice Studies at Fordham University. She is currently pursuing a Master’s of Science in Business Analytics at the Fordham University Gabelli School of Business.