Erin Mulcahy Stein is a lawyer, nonprofit executive, and a member of the California Task Force on Alzheimer's prevention. She is the Executive Director of the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement (WAM) where she directs the organization’s programs, grant administration, and fundraising efforts. Prior to her role with WAM, Erin served as the Executive Director of A Woman’s Nation, the nonprofit organization founded by Maria Shriver dedicated to improving the lives of women and their families in the areas of health, economic empowerment, and education. From 2004-2011 Erin was the President of the California Governor and First Lady’s Conference on Women producing the annual women’s conference which explored a broad array of topics and showcased renown thought leaders, issue experts, artists, and influencers from around the world for an audience of 20,000 women annually.
As a lawyer, Erin’s practice has included both entertainment business litigation and transaction work with clients ranging from film studios to top talent to major brands. Erin has served on the Board of Directors of several nonprofit organizations including United Friends of the Children and Equality Now. Erin attended Stanford University and UC San Diego and received her JD from the University of San Diego School of Law.
Episode #1583 Erin Mulcahy Stein: How will you take care of your memories?
How often do you think about your memory?
As the Executive Director of The Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement, Erin Mulcahy Stein doesn’t take her’s for granted. We explore ways we can be proactive about our brain health, prioritize mental fitness, and the importance of having conversations with our loved ones about caregiving.
Erin’s dedicated her career to advocating for women. We discuss her compass for seeking meaning in her life, the value of knowing what you want, and speaking your truth to realize it. Touching lives around the world, she credits her sisterhood with inspiring and spreading WAM's mission, sharing that: “The most important thing that we can do on this Earth is to continue learning and teaching each other.”