Office & HSE Administrator
“Virtually nothing is impossible in this world if you just put your mind to it and maintain a positive attitude.” – Lou Holtz
As one of the newest team members to “e”, Erin takes on the health and safety and administrative role in the Calgary office. The excitement, creativity and team mindset is what attracted her to the event world and she’s thrilled to be a part of “the experience”. Always the Mom, Erin will be there as cheerleader, pep talker, problem solver, terrible Dad jokes teller and never afraid to be honest and upfront when asked to be critical.
As a born and raised Albertan, Erin is proud to call Calgary her home. However, she does have a soft spot for Edmonton where she completed her Education Degree at the University of Alberta. While studying, Erin worked as an Education Director of a dance studio and quickly took on the additional roles of health and Safety and office management. After graduation, Erin took a Health and Safety Advisor role with a steel manufacturing company (and was also a substitute teacher) back home in Calgary. Then it all came together when she found the perfect role to combine all her creative, administrative and safety skills here at “e”!
Outside of the office, Erin dedicates her free time to family, travel and the mountains. Most of her weekends are spent in the Windermere valley in B.C. enjoying activities like hiking, golfing, skiing and wakeboarding. When Erin is home, you can find her at a spin or barre studio, an off-leash dog park or on the hunt for the next best brunch spot.
Places I’ve Worked
Fairmont Hot Springs
Languages I Speak
Industries I’ve Worked In
Things I’ve Learned & Earned
Education: Bachelor of Education
Health and Safety Auditor Certificate
Royal Academy of Dance
Ballet Teacher Certificate
SOON TO BE Spin Instructor
Volunteer: Calgary Youth Offender Center
Started with “e”
“I love the complexity of events. Being able to seamlessly balance the creativity aspects of an event with the business side, really hits the ball out of the park.”