Erin is originally from the east coast and earned her bachelor’s degree from Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida where she studied environmental science and psychology. Erin completed a National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) semester, where she learned to appreciate the healing powers of the outdoors and recognized the therapeutic value of being physically active while submersed in the wilderness. Erin first came to Montana in 2013 where she worked with AmeriCorps for two years leading adolescents and young adults in conservation work across the gorgeous vast state. Since 2015, Erin has worked with adolescents throughout their therapeutic journey. She has been a lead field staff in wilderness therapy, direct care in therapeutic boarding schools, and assistant director for transition homes. Currently, Erin is working towards her master’s in counseling and is Milestones Admissions Counselor.
Erin enjoys spending time with her family and bringing her dogs on as many expeditions as possible. She loves to be adventurous in nature whether that is hiking, snowboarding, paddle boarding, camping, or just exploring this beautiful country!