Staff Member Office of Accessibility 
Student Affairs, Diversity, & Inclusion 
Title IX Office 
Pronouns She/Her/Hers
Education University of Wyoming, Master of Arts in Education; University of Wyoming, Bachelor of Science; University of Wyoming, Master of Arts in Education; University of Wyoming, Bachelor of Science
Hometown Wyoming
Contact Miller Information Commons 213


Erin finds the work she does in supporting students, whether it is through Accessibility Services, Student Support, or as the Title IX Coordinator, as the most important work that she will ever do.

Erin has been working in higher education for over 18 years. She began working towards her career in Accessibility Services when she was in graduate school at the University of Wyoming. Her undergraduate degree in Speech-Language and Hearing Sciences helped spur her toward a Master’s degree in Education, with an emphasis on working with students with disabilities in college.

As a graduate student, she was a Graduate Assistant in the University Disability Support Services (UDSS) office and taught Beginning Sign Language as a GA in the Communication Disorders department.

Erin was lucky enough to be hired to work at UDSS as a Coordinator for the UDSS office at the University of Wyoming. She worked there for five years before moving to Central New York, where she was the Director of the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage.

Four years later, her family moved to Klamath Falls, Oregon, where she worked at the Oregon Institute of Technology as the Director of the Student Success Center. While Erin and her family enjoyed living in Oregon, it did not feel like home, so they made their way back to the East Coast to Vermont. Erin has worked at Champlain College since 2019, and she and her family have found their happy place/home in Vermont.

What are your hobbies?

Hiking, biking, reading, cooking, and spending time with my family and pets

Favorite local eateries and things to do in Vermont:

Pingala Cafe, apple picking, hiking, swimming in waterholes, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing

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