I believe that active transportation plays a key role in creating more equitable and healthy communities. I am excited to work with communities to create safe and accessible transportation options for all users through innovative planning and design.
Erin holds a BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Duke University and a Master’s degree in City and Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Using her multidisciplinary background, Erin strives to create more accessible, equitable, and vibrant communities through innovative transportation planning and design. Her experience in active transportation ranges from citywide bicycle and pedestrian plans to Complete Street corridor design concepts. Erin’s diverse skill set includes spatial analysis and mapping, economic analysis, concept design development, public outreach, and technical writing. Prior to her work in transportation planning, Erin worked as an engineering consultant and is a certified Engineering Intern (EI) in North Carolina.