From Hollywood to the corporate training room, Erin combines entertainment & technology to captivate her viewers with the latest in multi-media presenting.

Erin recently coordinated, designed and implemented multi-media software, telecommunication and soft skill training programs for The William Morris Endeavor Entertainment Agency. Prior to working with WMEE, Erin was hired by The Los Angeles Unified School District Real Estate Department to educate communities on property purchasing in Central Los Angeles.

Erin joined the training world, following work in the competitive field of news journalism, covering statewide and local stories for one of Montana’s most prestigious television news organizations. She was at KTVQ-2 CBS in Billings, where, among her last assignments for the station, she covered former Wyoming Senator Alan Simpson’s dedication to the 1942 Japanese internment camp memorial “Heart Mountain”.

During her tenure in Montana, Erin’s energetic news style was put to good use as she covered everything from the state’s unpredictable and sometimes violent weather, to Big Sky entertainment guests Cher and David Copperfield on his “Tales of the Impossible” tour.

These entertainment reports led to covering stories in Los Angeles, such as entertainment icon Quincy Jones's generous donation of $15,000 to fund scholarships through the American Film Institute. In 2009, she connected with the Look To The Stars organization to develop video presentations promoting celebrity non-profit causes.

Outside of the corporate world, Erin is an active member of Toastmaster’s International Public Speaking League and an elected Training Committee official for The Junior League of Los Angeles.

An Arizona native, Erin graduated from The University of Arizona in Tucson with a degree in Broadcast Communication.

Erin currently lives in Los Angeles.