Career Development Center

Heller Career Development Professionals in Residence 2021

Erin Robinson, MPP’16

Erin Robinson, MPP'16

Erin Robinson is the campaign manager for Early Childhood Policy at The Center for American Progress. Before joining American Progress, she worked as a policy analyst at the Center for the Study of Social Policy, where she focused on infant and toddler policy and supported a national parent leader network. Erin also served as a Congressional Black Caucus Foundation fellow in Congress. She worked across education, labor, commerce, and other portfolios for both a Senate member office and a House committee.
Kevin Gunter, MS/GHPM'11

Kevin Gunter, MS'11

Kevin Gunter is a Portfolio Finance Officer at Management Sciences for Health where he leads an annual project budget development process and pipeline analysis for a portfolio of projects across Asia, Africa and Latin America. He has over 12 years of experience in project and operations management, health systems strengthening, capacity building and sustainable environmental resources. Kevin is experienced and committed to improving healthcare systems for better service delivery through leadership, management, and quality improvement.
portrait of Sarah Emond

Sarah Emond, MPP'09

With over 20 years of experience business and healthcare policy, Sarah leads the strategic operations of the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review, a leading health policy research organization, as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. In that role, she is responsible for overseeing ICER’s public programs, stakeholder engagement, and finances. Sarah is a member of the Board of Advisors for the Heller School and is the immediate past-president of the Heller Alumni Association Board. Sarah also received her bachelor’s in biological sciences from Smith College. Sarah speaks frequently at national conferences on the topics of prescription drug pricing policy, comparative effectiveness research, and value-based health care.

Sarah Zoen, MA SID'06

Sarah Zoen is a Senior Policy Advisor with Oxfam America’s Private Sector Department based in Boston. She leads on improving gender equality in corporate policies and practices, manages Oxfam’s community-based human rights impact assessment initiative (COBHRA), and is the relationship manager for several company engagements for the Oxfam confederation. Currently, she is influencing Amazon and Whole Foods to address human rights impacts in their supply chain. In her 12+ years at Oxfam, Sarah has held roles promoting farmworker and immigrant rights as well as working with Oxfam’s country offices on private sector engagement.