Erin is an essay coach at Moon Prep. She mentors students in finding their voice and confidence in their writing while helping them tailor their essays to the unique needs and requirements of each application. Through her guidance, her students craft essays that will stand out from typical submissions with developing depth and interest in their content. From brainstorming and content development to drafting and line editing, Erin guides students through the essay construction process from start to finish.
For over 10 years, Erin has worked as an English Professor at Howard College in Texas, where she’s taught a range of classes, including composition, literature, technical writing, and college support and success courses. Additionally, she’s worked as an adjunct, editor, and freelance writer, having published works in both creative and professional publications. Erin has published academic articles geared towards curriculum cultivation and composition pedagogical theories.
Erin has presented at several conferences on topics over teaching approaches and adaptability in the classroom. Erin has also worked closely with content developers and publishers like Lumen Learning as a faculty advocate and writer for some of their new course content in a newly constructed Composition II course.
Erin has a passion for seeing students grow in their confidence as writers. She is here as a resource to help students hone and polish their writing skills for each essay requirement throughout the application process.
Angelo State University
Bachelor of Arts, English
Master of Arts, English