Erin is originally from Opaskwayak Cree Nation, which is in Treaty 5 Territory. Erin is a mother, a daughter, a sister, a friend, and a partner. Graduated from Baccalaureate of Nursing in 2007 from Brandon University and has since gained nursing experience in Community Health Nursing for Indigenous Communities, Primary Health Care, Single Room Maternity Care, Neonatal Intensive Care and Long-Term Care. Erin started with SE Health in January 2018, as a First Nation Instructor, teaching both SE First Nations Inuit and Metis vocational programs: the Health Care Aide Course and the Community Health Representative Training Course. In her current role as an Education Liaison, Erin work closely with Indigenous communities to help educate their health care staff and community members on various topics. Her passion at work is Maternal Child Health. Erin loves pregnancy, newborn care, new family support and anything involved in helping new parents adjust to life with a new baby. On a more personal note, she loves the outdoors and is learning to go back to her roots of hunting, fishing, and living off the land. Erin believes laughter is medicine and mother nature is for healing our spirits. Erin is real, genuine, cares.