You should get to know her because:
- She has been providing administrative support for over thirteen years in the non-profit sector, higher education and the mortgage and title industry.
- While taking time to stay home and be a fulltime caregiver to her three daughters, she volunteered for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate Program) of Maricopa County in Arizona. There, she worked on two cases, one involving substance abuse and another involving domestic violence and failure to protect. Both cases resulted in family reunification. In Knoxville, Tennessee, she worked for CASA as a Volunteer Coordinator, recruiting and training volunteers from the community to advocate for children removed from their homes due to abuse and neglect.
- She returned to college as a non-traditional student to finish her degree in Political Science. After graduation, she was hired by her alma mater to work in the Office of Student Conduct, where she had a unique opportunity to learn about the challenges faced by young women on college campuses and the importance of Title IX.
- Prior to moving to the Bay Area, she was a member of the Optimist Club of Knoxville, a civic service club dedicated to serving local youth through combined efforts with the Boys & Girls Club and other local agencies.
- University of Tennessee Knoxville
Outside of Work:
- Erin’s heart belongs to her three daughters, her dogs Charlie and Penelope, her home state of Montana, and otters everywhere.