Erin graduated from UNT with a BBA in Entrepreneurship and a BBA in Risk Management and Insurance. After graduation, she worked in the risk management and insurance industry where she handled property claims, reviewed claim files for regulatory compliance, and trained new adjusters on estimating and claims documentation.
In 2012, Erin came back to UNT to pursue a long time goal of earning a MBA in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources (OBHR). As a graduate student, she received Outstanding Graduate Student in OBHR. In 2014, she joined the Department of Management as an adjunct faculty member and later transitioned to a lecturer role. As a lecturer, she engages in teaching and service. She serves as faculty advisor to UNT's Delta Sigma Pi, Delta Epsilon Chapter. Some of the courses she teaches include Organizational Behavior (MGMT 3720), Management Concepts (MGMT 3820), Human Resource Management (MGMT 3860), Workplace Health and Safety (MGMT 4180), Recruiting and Selection (MGMT 4300), and Organizational Design and Change (MGMT 4860). The Department of Management awarded her Teacher of the Year for 2015, 2016, and 2017, and in 2018, she received the Mean Green Faculty Spotlight Award for supporting and advocating for UNT student athletes.
In January 2018, she earned the SHRM-SCP. This certification is designed for HR professionals at a senior level who operate in a strategic role developing policies and strategies, overseeing the execution of HR operations, analyzing performance metrics, and/or contributing to the alignment of HR strategies to organizational goals.