Erin Craig

With over 10 years of experience in local government, Erin Craig has expertise in human resources, financial oversight, and compliance related to children and family programming. Erin’s work is primarily focused on budgeting and audits of taxpayer dollars.

Most recently, Erin served as a Senior Program Financial Analyst at the Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County. In this role, Erin was responsible for approving program expenses for reimbursement and served as the fiscal contact for approximately 40 assigned programs. Additionally, she led programs through an annual budget process for approval in the grants management system. Erin regularly performed agency financial monitoring for financial compliance and tracked financial data from Agency Audits as well as Quarterly Financial Reports.

Prior to joining the Juvenile Welfare Board, Erin was a Fiscal & Human Resource Specialist at the Children’s Services Council of St. Lucie County. In this role, she was responsible for monthly desk audits on over 40 programs. Additionally, Erin tracked audit reports for contracted agencies and provided budget analyses as well as spending plans to funded programs. While at the Children’s Services Council, Erin was a key contact surrounding technical assistance as well as training to current and newly contracted agencies with fiscal policies and procedures. Erin also processed payroll and liabilities on a bi-weekly basis, including payroll taxes.

Erin currently oversees Sevenya’s infrastructure as well as invoices and billing. Erin has also provided expertise in project management as North Carolina continues its Medicaid Transformation.

Erin earned a BA in Communication and a minor in Business Administration from the University at Albany. Erin is also an active member of the Florida Government Finance Officers Association (State Chapter).

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