Erin Frasier

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Erin’s policy work is focused on workforce education issues concerning access to education and support services for low-income populations and she oversees administration of the WorkFirst (TANF) and BFET (SNAP E&T) programming at the community and technical colleges in Washington. She has over 10 years of experience in the community college system, including roles as basic education and BAS adjunct faculty, WorkFirst and BFET administrator, oversight of satellite campuses and Associate Dean for Workforce and Continuing Education. Her recently published research focused on the labor market responsiveness of Washington’s Community and Technical Colleges. Erin earned a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from Portland State University and a Doctorate of Education in Organizational Leadership at Brandman University.

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