Erin McCormick is the Director of Curriculum Innovation & Technology at Babson College where she partners with Babson’s Undergraduate, Graduate and Executive Education programs to create innovative learning experiences using technology and creates programs to help with the training, transition and adoption of new technologies.
Erin brings 20 years of experience in developing award-winning educational software programs and websites to Babson College. Previously, McCormick led knowledge product development teams for companies including TimeTo.com, ThirdAge, and iXL. She was CIO for Lawyers Weekly, and Creative Director for Blue Lion Software where she developed the “Ticket To” software series that simulates trips to foreign countries and won the Consumer Electronics Show Innovations Award.
As an entrepreneur in both for-profit and nonprofit, McCormick founded DAPAH Software, which designed an online drug prevention curriculum for the Los Angeles County schools, and she is co-founder and CEO of Henry’s Hearts, a non-profit company where corporate gift sales go to charities. In 2004, Erin was selected as one of only 20 women in the country for TARA (Today’s Already Rising Achievers), in association with the Belizean Grove, a select group of the world's top businesswomen whose guiding principles are integrity, giving back to others and a
sense of heart, humor and adventure.
McCormick is committed the arts and the community. She was selected as the artist to design and paint a 30 ft. x 15 ft. mural in the Medfield Public Library which she then donated to the town, hosts a Fresh Air Fund child in the summer, is on the Board of Boston Philharmonic Orchestra and has played the piano for Dana Farber Cancer Institute functions for twenty years, started the “A-Team” which has raised over $200,000 for the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk and has walked the Boston Marathon walk 15 times.
McCormick earned her degree in both art and psychology from Smith College.