Kerri Erb, MPA, comes to CCR with over 20 years of experience in the field of Autism and IDD. Kerri began her career in direct support and Case Management and has since served as a Chief Program Officer, Director of Quality Management and a variety of other administrative roles across her career in NC. She has a history of successful engagement and leadership with a variety of policy and stakeholder groups at both the regional and state level with DHHS, Universities, and MCOs. Through this work and more Kerri provides expertise around service line growth and development, compliance, policy and implementation around best practices in autism treatment, integrated care and other direct service delivery. Her extensive history and knowledge of NC’s health systems and policies allows additional skills in data informed outcome design and measurement, trends among the ASD and IDD services and working with and improving systemic issues. She consulted with organizations in SE NC around various aspects of Nonprofit management from Board development, strategic planning, grants, budgeting and operational design for many years as an associate of UNCW’s QENO program. A lifelong native of the triangle (with a few long-term vacations to the coast and mountains for career and educational exploration), she currently resides in Cary with her husband and two daughters. Aside from her family, she is driven by listening to the stories of people and their families and finding linkages and solutions to build opportunities for access and quality support for all people in their communities.