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Jurisdiction: Rockingham County

University: Wake Forest University

Hometown: Clayton, NC

Erin Anderson is the Lead for North Carolina fellow with Rockingham County. She graduated from Wake Forest University with a BA in Economics and minors in Art History and Sociology. During college, Erin was heavily involved with community engagement work as she was both a member and leader of the co-ed service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega, and held internships with non-profits in both Winston-Salem, NC and London, UK.


Blog Posts

Top 10 List for Incoming Fellows

by Erin Anderson

    On my application to Wake Forest (go deacs!) five and a half years ago, I was prompted to write a “top ten list.” In 2016, my list was the top ten monuments/buildings I’ve been to the top of. In 2022, my new list is the top ten pieces …


Noticing the Little Things

by Erin Anderson

Have you ever thought much about trash? Probably not, but maybe if you work in local government. During my first few weeks as the Lead for North Carolina fellow in Rockingham County, I went on various “field trips” to nearby government institutions, including to the landfill. Here, the Engineering Director …