since incorporation in 1915
Erie Chapel incorporated and adopted the name Erie Chapel Institute in 1915. Rev. George Searles was both pastor and director.
Florence Towne arrived at Erie as the kindergarten teacher and head girls resident in 1914 and went on to spend 25 years in the role of director of Erie Chapel Institute.
Rev. Ross Lyman served dual roles as minister of Erie Chapel and executive director of Erie House.
Merri Ex first came to Erie House as a community organizer. She became executive director at age 24 and was the first Spanish-speaking director of the agency.
Rafael "Rafa" Ravelo is the first Latino individual to become executive director.
Esther Nieves succeeds Rafa Ravelo as executive director after serving as associate executive director for the agency.
A Mexican-American immigrant, Ricardo "Ric" Estrada became executive director at Erie House after serving as associate executive director under Esther Nieves.
Celena Roldán served as social worker and director of child care before being named executive director.
Kirstin Chernawsky became executive director after serving as senior director of development and communications.