Erin Taylor is ICW’s Client Relationship Manager and an OD Associate. She received her Master of Arts in Teaching in 2014 from Tufts University, and brings a constructivist and developmental lens to her work both with children and adults. Erin’s experience is focused in creating and scaling systems for startups that want to live out their values in how they collect and analyze program quality data; train, manage, and evaluate staff; and document projects and programs. She is inspired by models that center community and constituents. Her work is also deeply committed to supporting organizations in moving towards antiracism.
Erin has also spent years participating in and facilitating interracial and inter-religious dialogue. She has served as lead facilitator, liaison, digital systems manager, and trainer in various movements and organizations. She is trained in multiple schools of movement building and activism including traditional structure-based organizing and decentralized models such as Momentum. She also edits a podcast that helps young activists share experiences and lessons learned with a wider audience.
With grounding in the tools of formal organizations, anti-oppression movements, and outdoor education, Erin’s work and interests focus on using the tools of land, food, and facilitation to build and heal people’s relationships with place, identity, and human systems. In addition to her work with ICW she consults independently to nonprofits on both organizational and curriculum development.