Erin has joined the Tikkun project at the same time that she is coming into her social activism full force. Although Erin lives her daily life and is well known in the feminist community on campus, as an advocate, she is excited to have found a home in the activism world within the Tikkun Project. Erin has been involved on campus in regards to being a co-organizer of a Reproductive Justice forum, as well as participating in online activism through her viral video #Fwordbecause, which debunks the stereotypes around feminism. Due to this advocacy, Erin was nominated and awarded the Women's and Gender Studies Voice award for 2016. Erin is very passionate about child and youth advocacy as she has all intentions of teaching primary school in her future, and hopes to be able to work on Indigenous Reserves as part of her career path. Erin's main goal as a primary teacher will be to teach equality, and awareness in every way possible in order to help educate a generation of more socially aware and accepting children. She is excited to be apart of the Tikkun team and looks forward to being part of making social change around issues that youth see as the most problematic in their communities.