Erin joined the Office of Student Conduct in 2016 after serving as an Assistant Director in the Office of Community Standards & Student Responsibility at Ohio University in Athens, OH. Erin received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication with a minor in Political Science from East Carolina University and a Master’s of Education in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from the University of Missouri. She is currently a PhD student in the Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development program at NC State. Prior to her work in conduct, Erin served in various roles within Residence Life & Housing, Student Activities, and Student Organizations. Erin’s professional interests include self-authorship, leadership development, and student activism.
My conduct philosophy focuses on providing students with creatively crafted opportunities to learn and grow from their decision-making after an incident. I believe all students have the right to a fair and unbiased approach to the disciplinary process and I make sure this is provided every step of the way. I also strive to ensure that students have a voice, regardless of what they say, and that the process enables and empowers them to use it. At the end of the day, my goal is to guide students to better decision-making by having them come to that conclusion through insight and reflection, rather than lecturing them on what is wrong or right.