Erin holds a Bachelor’s of Literature and History from Texas A&M University and is currently working on a Master’s of Biblical Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary. She graduated from Regents School of Austin, and attributes to her classical education an affection for the satisfying symmetry of a syllogism, the purity of a physics equation, and the harmony of a sound argument. When she’s not reading the latest Pulitzer winner, her current Bible study, or the Wall Street Journal, you’ll find her reading a Barbara Cooney or Robert McCloskey picture book to her three young children around the breakfast table over bacon, eggs and their homemade bread. And if she’s not baking, playing Uno or reading good children’s books, she’s probably running around the trail at Lady Bird Lake as the sun comes up.
Erin loves to share her affection for stories and symmetry with her students and to explore with them heroism, friendship, sadness and strife through the framework of beautiful writing and artful descriptions. She enjoys helping them grow as writers, readers, and organized learners, equipped with skills to learn and pursue their myriad academic curiosities.