Erin Sutzko, Ed. D, joins Noodle as a highly innovative educational leader with over 20 years in higher education, working to launch programs at various schools in business, nursing, engineering, and medical schools as well as executive education. She has proven success in roles such as professor, director, and associate dean, responsible for all facets of online program development, enrollment, educational technological innovation, and online student-centered design. Throughout her career, she has successfully led the development of over 20 online graduate degrees and certificates, including Cornell University’s first online executive master’s degree.
Erin received her Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership, from Wilkes University, Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology & Development, Columbia University and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology/Business, SUNY Albany. She has obtained certificates from Thomas Jefferson University in Population Health, and Strategies for Leveraging Ecosystems from MIT Sloan School of Management.
Erin is an assistant professor, resides in Dallas, PA with her husband Christopher and two children Abbey and Zoey, and enjoys activities that connect to nature and well-being.