Erin joined Lifeline in February 2018 as a part-time caseworker for the Kentucky office. She received both her BA in Human Services and Counseling and Master’s degree in Counseling and Human Development from Lindsey Wilson College. Erin is licensed as a professional clinical counselor in Kentucky, and has worked in higher education as an advisor and adjunct instructor, with adults with intellectual disabilities, and in corrections. She and her husband, David, have been married nearly 12 years and live in rural Kentucky with their three children: Campbell, Declan, and Nora. Nora joined their family through international adoption in 2016 and is a Lifeline kid! Erin loves tending to her tiny flock of 7 chickens and listening to ALL the podcasts (Mom Struggling Well and Exploring My Strange Bible are her favorites…check them out!). Erin is excited to be working for an organization whose greatest desire is to share the gospel with orphaned and vulnerable children around the world. She is eager to work with families as they begin their adoption journey and to support families once they’re home.