Erica Borden Baird is a retired partner of PwC, where she was Deputy General Counsel. As a member of PwC's Office of General Counsel, Erica gave advice to leadership teams and partners around the world on matters relating to legal, reputational, and business risks, governance, and the development of global and US assurance and risk management policies and procedures. Prior to joining PwC in 1984, Erica was a litigation associate at Olwine, Connelly, Chase, O’Donnell & Weyher in New York and a staff attorney at the Securities and Exchange Commission. Erica graduated from Carnegie-Mellon University and earned her JD from New York University School of Law. She is a co-founder of Lustre, a blog devoted to retired career women. Erica is a member of both the New York and National Boards of Friends of the Children.