Erin carefully coaches her students to find their voice in the written word, guiding them to craft and polish essays uniquely tailored to each program in a manner that conveys depth, interest, and authenticity.
San Angelo, Texas
MA, English, Angelo State University
BA, English, Angelo State University
An essay coach with Moon Prep, Erin works closely with students to help them find their voice and tailor their essays to the unique needs and requirements of each academic program. As a coach and assistant professor, she guides her students to craft essays that will stand out from typical submissions by developing depth, interest, and authenticity in their content. From the initial brainstorming of essay themes and content development to the writing and final line-by-line editing, Erin walks students through the entire essay process from start to submission for traditional four-year universities.
Alongside her mentoring at Moon Prep, Erin currently serves as the Division Chair of Arts and Sciences and an Assistant Professor of English at Howard College. In these roles, she oversees academic and faculty affairs as well as teaches courses in English composition, American and British Literature, and Technical Writing. Erin has a passion for seeing students grow in their confidence as writers and considers herself a ready resource to help students hone and polish their writing skills for every essay throughout the application process to their top-choice programs.
Previously, Erin was the Executive Director of Alumni Relations at Angelo State University and an editor for an online marketing agency. With diverse experiences as an adjunct, editor, and freelance writer, she has published works in both creative and professional publications. Erin has also published academic articles geared towards curriculum cultivation and composition pedagogical theories.