Erin Carman, assistant professor of social work at Daemen College, is a macro social worker with more than 10 years of experience in human services macro practice. Her teaching and research interests are macro centered, specifically in social policy on racial and economic justice topics.
Most recently, Carman was a consultant for CCNY, Inc., where she focused on organizational systems development and quality improvement for nonprofits and government agencies. She previously worked in program administration and served as director of Brooklyn Community Centers for Catholic Charities of Brooklyn and Queens.
Carman has served as chair of the Western New York Division of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and was policy fellow for Partnership for the Public Good and. She has also served on the NASW New York State Chapter’s Advocacy and Government Relations Committee and was a board member of Housing Opportunities Made Equal.
Carman holds a law degree and a master of social work, both from the University at Buffalo.