Erin is a Field Health & Safety Advisor for Chevron Corporation, an international energy production company. Erin has worked in the energy industry since 2016. In addition to the energy industry Erin has also worked in hospitality, private equity, and agriculture. She began her safety career at the Ritz-Carlton in 2010 as the Safety Committee Chair. Erin is skilled in building strong working relationships with individuals and teams from field to management level. She has a passion for learning and continual development and strong technical knowledge in of occupational health & safety including contractor management, compliance, OH, IH, written program development, safety data & metrics, incident investigation, safety training and more.
Erin graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business from Colorado State University in 2009 and returned to receive a Master’s degree from CSU in Extension Education in 2015. Erin is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Instructional Trainer (CIT) and Occupational Health and Safety Technician (OHST). She joined the ASSP Rocky Mountain Chapter in 2016 and has been a member of the Board since 2020. In her time as a board member, she has held the positions of Newsletter Chair, Vice President, President and now is a member of the Advisory Committee. She also sits on the board of two non-profit organizations and volunteers many hours for local organizations. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, volunteering at her church and showing Quarter Horses.
It would be an honor to be elected as Regional Vice President for ASSP Region II. Since becoming a member of ASSP I have grown personally and professionally. I owe so much of my career to this organization and the people I have met. I have a passion for helping others and see this opportunity as a way to give back, even half, of what this organization has given me. I am passionate about making the world a safer and healthier place to work and want to support ASSP members and chapters to achieve this goal.
If I am elected, I will strive to support the direction and strategic plan of ASSP, the Region and the Chapters by providing meaningful education and networking opportunities that further the professional growth of our members. I will provide leadership and assistance to area directors and chapter presidents in all areas. I will provide direction to the region and chapter leaders to support and create a high-quality member experience. I will be a resource to regional chapters and leaders and serve the needs of fellow ASSP members. Overall, I would like to share the skills that ASSP has given to me, with other ASSP members and together we can continue to improve occupational health and safety. It would be an honor to serve in this capacity and support the mission and vision of ASSP.