McLEAN, VA – The Alliance for Women In Media (formerly known as American Women in Radio and Television), today announced recognized women’s advocate and non-profit strategist Erin M. Fuller, CAE as its new president, effective immediately.
Fuller serves as group president at The Coulter Companies, a firm that specializes in working with non-profit organizations in transformative ways and serves as the professional management company for the Alliance for Women in Media. Fuller previously served as the chief staff executive for former Coulter client the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO).
“Erin is a known leader and expert in business planning, market analysis and brand development for high-potential non-profit organizations – and we look forward to her leadership during this pivotal time of organizational change and growth,” said Alliance for Women in Media Chair Sylvia Strobel, Esq. “As a proven leader in the women’s community, Erin appreciates our organization’s past ground-breaking achievements, and how best to pair them with a new plan to accelerate the power of all women in media.”
Fuller is a recognized leader in both the non-profit and women’s communities, having served in various capacities on the boards of the American Society of Association Executives’ Center for Association Leadership, the Journal for Association Leadership, Women Under Forty Political Action Committee, and the Wells Fargo Women’s Advisory Board, among others. She also serves on American University’s Women in Politics Institute’s Directors’ Circle. A noted speaker on women’s issues, she has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, NPR’s Marketplace, BBC’s America and has appeared on MSNBC and ABC News to discuss gender parity issues.
“I am deeply honored to serve and lead the Alliance for Women in Media during this dynamic time of change and opportunity,” said Fuller. “As a blogger, speaker and consummate consumer of all types of media, I recognize the importance of both protecting and honoring the important contributions that women have made – as well as shining a light on those that are blazing a trail in front of us via cutting edge content, new methods of delivery and exceptional talent.”
Fuller has consulted for groups including the American Society of Women Accountants, the National Council of Jewish Women, and the Center for Women’s Business Research. Her previous positions include stints with the Community Associations Institute, Accenture and the American Medical Student Association. Fuller completed both her undergraduate and graduate degrees at American University in Washington, D.C. and has obtained the prestigious Certified Association Executive designation from the American Society of Association Executives.