Erin Fuller was named President of the Alliance for Women in Media in 2010, and led the implementation of a new brand and business model for the organization in order to better serve and reflect women across all forms of electronic media. Previous to joining AWM, she served as executive director for Tysons Tomorrow, an advocacy group seeking transit-oriented development for one of the fasted growing economic centers in the U.S. from 2008 – 2010. From 2002 – 2008, Fuller served as the chief staff executive for the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO).
Fuller has been featured on MSNBC's "On the Money" and has appeared on ABC Nightly News and local affiliates for NBC, ABC and Fox, as well as the BBC and NPR, on a number of topics relevant to women professionals. She has been quoted in publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, Fortune, Money and Fast Company, and is a recognized expert on women's economic empowerment.
Fuller has consulted for organizations including the International Association of Continuing Education and Training, the National Council of Jewish Women, the American Society of Women Accountants and the Hispanic Business Initiative Fund. Her previous employment includes positions with the Community Associations Institute, Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), the American Medical Student Association/Foundation and American University.
In 2011, Fuller was named a Fellow by the American Society of Association Executives, an honor earned by less than one percent of the organization's membership that recognizes thought leadership and contributions to nonprofit management. She received both her undergraduate and master of public administration degrees from American University in Washington, D.C., and also has obtained the certified association executive (CAE) designation from the American Society of Association Executives. She serves on the leadership circle for American University's Women in Politics Institute, and has been a guest lecturer within the graduate public administration program.
She currently serves as the president of the American University Alumni Association, and on the board of directors for American Forests. Fuller served on the board of directors of the ASAE Foundation from 2003-2006, as well as the editorial board of the Journal of Association Leadership. Fuller was named one of Association Trends Leading Young Association Executives in 2000. She lives in Arlington, VA with her two sons.