Erin Jackson is a healthcare attorney and Managing Partner of Jackson LLP, an entrepreneurial health law firm in Evanston, Illinois.  In that capacity, she focuses on practice start-up and compliance.  Erin also spearheads the firm's healthcare consulting services.

In addition to her healthcare practice, Erin serves as the President of the nonprofit organization Inspire Santé.  Using her healthcare knowledge and patient experience, she speaks to healthcare providers about the importance of maintaining a patient-centered practice.  Most recently, she spoke at the 11,000+ attendee American Physical Therapy Association's Combined Sections Meeting, where her talk was titled The Customer Experience in Healthcare: The Game Changer, and she was the keynote speaker at the Michigan Physical Therapy Association's fall conference.  She has also been featured as an invited guest on various physical therapy-related podcasts, including the APTA's Move Forward Radio.

Erin was raised in Arlington Heights, Illinois, where she graduated from St. Viator High School before attending Elmhurst College.  She went on to earn a master's degree and then to graduate as the top-ranked member of her class from the University of New Mexico School of Law.

Erin is a published academic author whose scholarship focuses on the intersection of women's health and wellness issues with the law.  In addition to legal trade associations, Erin is a member of the UN Women U.S. National Committee's Chicago Chapter.  She also serves on the advisory council for To Know is To Know (formerly the Women's Health Foundation), which advocates for girls' health.

Outside the office, Erin enjoys spending time with her husband, nearby extended family, and dog Crosby. She lives in downtown Evanston and volunteers her time to various women's health causes.  Erin also enjoys yoga, baking vegan donuts, and indoor rock-climbing.