Erin is a program manager for Ch'nook Indigenous Business Education. Erin leads the Aboriginal Management Program (AMP) and supports other Ch'nook initiatives and research.
Prior to joining the Ch'nook team, Erin worked for ten years with the provincial government as a First Nations Engagement Officer in Strategic Engagement with BC Wildfire Service. Erin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Vancouver Island University as well as a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, with a double major in art history and visual arts. In her spare time, Erin loves spending time outdoors and giving back to community through volunteering for various non-profit organizations.
Catherall, E.E., Janes, J.K., Josefsson, C.A., and Gorrell, J.C. 2018. Spatial and temporal assessments of genetic structure in an endangered Gary oak ecosystem on Vancouver Island. Botany. 96: 257 - 265.