Erin Williams, B.A
BRIDGES Program Assistant
Erin Williams is a Native Texan with a passion for equitable policies and evidence-based legal solutions. Before moving to DC, Erin earned her Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from Oklahoma State University. While earning her undergraduate degree, she served as a Juvenile Case Manager for the State of Oklahoma, handling cases of child abuse, child neglect, and juvenile delinquents.
Erin is now a second-year graduate student at American University studying Justice and Public Policy, with research focusing primarily on domestic violence, sexual assault prevention, and disparities faced by rural communities. She also serves as the Program Assistant Intern with the CASA DC BRIDGES Program.
In her free time, you can find Erin reading a book, watching football, or hanging out with her cats.