Erin L. Haberman is currently a Senior Director of Community Relations for Travelers and Second Vice President of the Travelers Foundation. In this role she is responsible for the company’s charitable giving in Connecticut, which in 2019 was nearly $11 million, as well as community resilience programs, including Travelers Fortifies Communities.
Previously, she was the Director of Public Policy Initiatives for the Travelers Institute, the public policy division of Travelers. Erin was responsible for all aspects of the development, promotion and implementation of Travelers Institute initiatives, which included small business advocacy, disaster preparedness and consumer insurance education. In her first role at Travelers, she worked in Corporate Communications, managing external communications for Community Relations and the Travelers Foundation, Travelers Championship, Investor Relations, Human Resources and other corporate activities.
Prior to joining Travelers, she worked as an account executive at Teak Media Communications in Boston where she conducted public relations for numerous accounts, including Brandeis University and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
Erin holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Trinity College. She currently serves on the Connecticut Center for School Change and Hartford Promise board of directors; and the steering committee for the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Connecticut Working Cities Challenge. Erin is a graduate of the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship’s Leadership Academy. She lives in Simsbury, Conn. with her husband and two sons.