Erin Browder serves as a Technical Assistance provider for the national Center to Improve Social & Emotional Learning and School Safety.
Erin Browder is a member of the Learning Innovations Program at WestEd. Browder provides technical assistance and project design for K-12 initiatives relating to trauma-informed topics, school improvement, leadership development, social-emotional learning, and culturally responsive and equity-centered approaches that foster safe and supportive schools.
From working as an elementary classroom teacher in East Harlem to facilitating school transformation in comprehensive Los Angeles HS, Browder brings a diverse skillset of working with schools, districts, and state systems to create positive changes through capacity building, systems change, and implementing improvement methods that center and uplift students, families, communities and the professionals that serve them. She has demonstrated success as a non-profit leader creating funding and partnership opportunities between education agencies, healthcare systems, community organizations, and non-profits.
She is currently ABD at Johns Hopkins’ Doctorate of Education program, studying principal burnout. She holds two masters in Education Administration (CSU Dominguez Hills) and K-6 Special Education (CUNY Hunter College).
Contact Erin Browder at [email protected].