Associate Editor for the Future of Work, MIT Technology Review
Erin Winick is the Associate Editor for the Future of Work for the MIT Technology Review. She writes for print and online on topics ranging from 3-D printing to diversity in tech. Erin also developed and writes Clocking In, a daily email on the future of work for MIT Technology Review. She previously interned as the Richard Casement Intern for The Economist, writing weekly articles on science and technology and appearing on the weekly Economist science podcast, Babbage, to discuss new innovations in the scientific fields.
Erin is also the CEO of Sci Chic, a company she founded in October 2015 which creates 3D printed jewelry that is inspired by science and engineering concepts. She is the winner of the 2016 national #CampusPitch Competition for her work with Sci Chic. She uses this as a tool to teach about science and technology and spark conversations about science.
Erin has continually served as an advocate for women in STEM. She served as the president of UF's Society of Women Engineers from 2014-2015 and the SWE Region D Collegiate Representative from 2015-2016. As a maker, Erin has created everything from 3D printed jewelry to Ms. Frizzle costumes. Her work has been featured everywhere from CNN Money to The Daily Dot.