Erin has over thirteen years experience working with children with autism spectrum disorders and related disabilities in the home, clinical, school, and community settings. She began working with children with special needs when she was in high school in Oklahoma and knew then that she had found her calling. She worked as an ABA therapist through her senior year of high school and throughout college. She transferred from the University of Central Oklahoma as a special education major to the University of North Texas, where she received her bachelor's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis. She then went on to become a BCaBA, and began a graduate program at UNT in Special Education with an emphasis in autism intervention. She worked through college as a program supervisor for home and center-based programs in the DFW area. She graduated with her Master's in Special Education and an academic certificate in autism intervention, and shortly after became a BCBA. Erin and her husband Todd live in Dallas with their son Jackson, and two dogs Mac and Murphy. She is involved with Autism Speaks, and is a member of the Association for Professional Behavior Analysts. In her free time, she enjoys reading, cooking, traveling, yoga, and spending time with friends and family.