Capt. Erin E. Stone JAGC, USN (Ret)

Senior Director, Council and Chapter Affairs

Capt. Erin E. Stone JAGC, USN (Ret)

Born and raised in Lockport, Ill., Capt. Erin E. Stone JAGC, USN (Ret), earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (Operations Analysis) from the U.S. Naval Academy. A member of the Virginia Bar, she received her Juris Doctor from the Georgetown University Law Center and her Master of Laws in Litigation and Dispute Resolution from the George Washington University.


Stone retired from the Navy’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps in 2017. Over the course of her Navy career, she played a central role in the development, implementation, and execution of strategic plans and policy; oversaw worldwide provision of criminal defense and legal aid services for service members and their families; and personally defended countless military members in criminal cases and administrative hearings. 

Stone joined the MOAA team in January 2018 serving as Program Director first for Engagement and then for Council & Chapter Affairs. Currently, as Senior Director for Council and Chapter Affairs, she develops strategy and builds relationships to maintain a nationwide affiliate system which supports MOAA’s goal to achieve and sustain maximum influence in shaping relevant government policy. 

Career Highlights

  • Initiated, built, and nurtured relationships which furthered organizational objectives through increased membership and improved programming
  • Assisted hundreds of service members, veterans, and military spouses with career transition and advancement through individual career counseling and delivery of large scale briefings, articles and social media posts
  • Synchronized national, state, and local legislative efforts to increase brand awareness and effectiveness of advocacy