Erin recently graduated from The University of Georgia with a B.S in Political Science. While interning for the Carolyn Bourdeaux campaign and the Black Futurist Group of Atlanta, it has inspired her to get more involved in public policy and to see the importance of non profits and state government. After graduating she plans on attending the University of Georgia for graduate school to earn her master’s degree in Public Administration. Erin hopes for her future career to go work for a non-profit organization that maintains a focus on women’s rights and immigration rights. In her spare time, she enjoys being on the women’s varsity rowing team, working at Ramsey as a lifeguard, cheering on the dawgs, reading, and hanging out with her roommates.