Founder & CEO
“Strive not to be a success, but rather of valueAlbert Einstein“
“In all things give thanks1 Thessalonians 5:18“
Erin found her roots in Graphic Design and built a successful career in Marketing and Communications that also proved her tremendous leadership qualities. She attended Syracuse University and UMass Lowell where she obtained her degree in Graphic Design. Over the following 12 years, she held progressive roles that lead her to become Director at Ark Media. She brings her expertise to Franklin Professionals to help the company differentiate, attract more candidates and support the company’s rapid growth.
Erin lends a powerful instinct for understanding people’s needs and she has thenatural ability to formulate creative solutions. Her empathy and positivity are reassuring forces for our customers, especially in their most challenging and complex situations. She prides herself on “being kind, compassionate, and being someone who “brings the juice”, aka contributes with a positive impact!”.
Erin lives in Chelmsford with her husband and their two boys. During the summer, they enjoy time together for beach days in Maine as much as they can fit them in. In her free time, she is disciplined about practicing yoga and meditation and she enjoys spending time with her family, meeting up with friends for shopping or children’s play dates, and squeezing in a glass of wine.
Erin also keeps her artistic side alive. She enjoys painting and staying active with freelance design work. She is even working towards illustrating a children’s book in the near future. She stays active with networking to support her professional endeavors as well as other women in business and she is passionate about causes that support woman and children in crisis.
Director of Business Development
“Energy flows where the mind goes.”
Executive Vice President of Learning and Development
“If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.” – Zig Ziglar
Prior to MindsetGo, Mark founded Mark Altman & Associates (MA&A) in 2001. He grew and transformed his vision into a business, which was recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the nation in 2010 and 2011. Shortly thereafter, Mark brokered the successful sale of MA&A to Factor Systems DBA Billtrust.
Mark volunteers with NFTE, Business Professionals of America, Babson and Bentley mentoring students on entrepreneurship, presentation skills and personal development. He wrote the curriculum and is the Lead Trainer for Mindset Future, a program designed to prepare students with the essential communication skills they need for life after high school.
He also wrote the curriculum and teaches the Parenting your Teen: Communication for Life workshops that help parents and teens better talk and listen to each other so they can strengthen their relationships. Mr. Altman is a single parent of three who has successfully navigated and trained adults on effective co-parenting, raised and taught children with special needs, and runs a leadership program called L.E.A.P (Listen, Experience, Act and Progress) that coaches kids to support other kids in efforts to build confidence and promote self-advocacy.
He is a native of Boston and enjoys spending time with his three active children. He has also been a passionate youth sports coach for the last 15 years, and a freelance sports reporter for the Associated Press (AP) covering home games for the Boston Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins.
Megan holds a BA in English from College of the Holy Cross, a JD from Suffolk University Law School, and a dual master’s degree in business and accounting from Northeastern University. Despite (too) many years of formal education, she loves being a lifelong learner and enjoys reading books about psychology and business. Megan was a varsity tennis player throughout high school and college, and she still stays active through running and yoga.
Megan lives in Westborough with her husband, Ryan. In their spare time, you can usually find them outside hiking, gardening, or perusing the weekly harvest at their local farm. The outdoors and outdoor community are very important to them, and they support causes that champion environmental sustainability and public lands preservation. When they’re not outside, Megan and Ryan are most likely in the kitchen honing their novice cooking and baking skills, or on the couch catching up on their favorite TV shows.
Recruiting Solutions Advisor