In her own words
why Eryn's running for office:
Leader. From her time as captain of Cornell University's Division I gymnastics team to her tenure as Deputy Managing Director for the City of Philadelphia, Eryn has always exhibited the strength to guide and the wisdom to listen. Her experiences as a board member of the Center for Grieving Children and as a former board member of Women's Way have contributed to her passion for public service.
Innovator. As Deputy Managing Director for Philadelphia, Eryn worked to develop Philly311 and PhillyStat. Additionally, she developed programs to maximize efficiency in Philadelphia services, ultimately saving the City over $21 million. As a city management expert with PFM, Eryn helped other cities to re-imagine their role in meeting community needs and expectations.
Working Mom. Eryn and her husband are raising their two school-aged children in Philadelphia's Fairmount neighborhood. She has experienced firsthand the trials of the Philadelphia Public School system, and she understands the necessity of valuable and accessible education for all students in Philadelphia.
To learn more about Eryn, read her full biography.
Eryn has a B.A. in Policy Analysis and Management from Cornell University and an M.A. in Government Administration from the University of Pennsylvania.