A Seekers-First Permission Model
Building a Structure of Trust

Supporting social care coordination, information access & privacy.

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for a data-access model that benefits
people searching for help.

The relationship between a social worker, care coordinator or other helping profession, and a Seeker is built on a trust that develops over time. Knowing this, and knowing how crucial that sense of trust is when helping Seekers, we’ve built options into our platform that allow Seekers to decide which organizations they trust with their information.
In this exclusive whitepaper, authored by our founder & CEO Erine Gray, we've outlined a vision for a data-access model that addresses a Seeker’s referral and assessment history.
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Erine Gray

Founder & CEO

Aunt Bertha


Erine Gray founded Aunt Bertha in 2010 and leads the company’s vision. Erine is a 2019 TED Senior Fellow and has deep expertise in eligibility programs for public healthcare services. Prior to starting Aunt Bertha, he helped the Texas Health and Human Services Commission streamline their public benefits enrollment process.


About Aunt Bertha

Aunt Bertha’s network connects people seeking help and verified social care providers that serve them.

Thousands of nonprofits and social care providers serve their communities. But for most people, navigating the system to get help has been difficult, time consuming, and frustrating. Too many Americans are suffering, and they don’t need to.

So at Aunt Bertha, we created a social care network that connects people and programs — making it easy for people to find social services in their communities, for nonprofits to coordinate their efforts, and for customers to integrate social care into the work they already do.