Erin Frasier is a workforce development leader, educator, and mother of two. Her professional career includes nearly a decade at Grays Harbor College, ensuring access to education and the supports individuals and parents need to be successful and enter a family-wage career. For the past three years, she has translated those hands-on skills to statewide policy work supporting underrepresented populations at the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges. Erin has always been an active community volunteer, serving on numerous boards and commissions including the State’s Interagency Council on Homelessness and Poverty Reduction Workgroup, a National Welfare to Careers Advisory Panel, a Dispute Resolution Center, a county Economic Development Council and helped launch a Teen Advocacy Coalition. Erin has Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Political Science and a Doctorate of Education in Organizational Leadership.