RLPS employee since 2000
Bachelor of Architecture, Roger Williams University
Minor in Historic Preservation
With over 20 years of experience, Erin is passionate about educational programming, forward-thinking, future-ready learning environments and the resulting space needs to implement student-centered, personalized learning. She is a strong advocate for educators, the importance of understanding the curriculum drivers and the impact individualized learning and educating have on a successful learning environment. She has authored articles throughout the years with a recent whitepaper focusing on changes in learning environments and serves as a conference speaker on the topic of educational spaces, including recently at NSBA where she co-presented with a superintendent and students regarding a collaborative learning commons design. Erin is an Accredited Learning Environment Planner (ALEP), certified by the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE), and a member of the Manheim Township School Board.
Erin enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, keeping up with their busy schedules and is always looking for new travel opportunities and adventures as a family.
Favorite Quote: “No interaction is too small, and time spent investing in the lives of others is never wasted.”
– Thomas C. Murray