Erin conducts research and keeps the Provide staff informed about health and social service utilization, laws and public health policies relevant to abortion referrals, and more. A Georgia native, Erin is currently based in Alabama. She previously lived in the Washington, DC area where she began her career in reproductive justice working at the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association (NFPRHA), which serves as the advocacy organization for Title X recipients across the country. She then moved to Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, where she worked as a Public Policy Associate. Her work on reproductive choice has been featured on RH Reality Check. Erin earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Georgia and a Master of Public Health with an emphasis in Maternal and Child Health Leadership from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. While at UAB, Erin studied under some of the leading reproductive health researchers in the country and assisted in an academic study that examined the complication rate for first trimester surgical abortions. In her free time, Erin enjoys spending time with her children, husband, and dogs.