Employee Spotlight: Meet Erin!

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Erin is the Director of Marketing and Development at the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass/Metrowest agency.

Favorite Cereal:

Honey Nut Cheerios

Favorite Vacation Spot:

I loved studying abroad in Australia and I hope to visit again one day – In the US, my favorite city to visit is Chicago

Favorite Day of the Week:

Any day the Patriots or Celtics play

Nickname:

Harp

Most Played Song on your iPod:

With or Without You by U2

Favorite Book:

Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom

Favorite Athlete:

Pete Sampras or Phil Mickelson

Favorite Celebrity:

Elvis Presley or Will Smith

Favorite TV Show:

There’s too many:  Sportscenter, 90210 (the original), Friends, Entourage, 24, Roswell

Favorite Movie:

Almost Famous

Favorite Holiday:

When I worked in Boston, I always enjoyed Bunker Hill Day and Evacuation Day because I was one of the few people that got them off

Dunkin’ Donuts or Starbucks:

Dunks

What made you want to work at Big Brothers Big Sisters?:

I was a Big Sister at the time and was really drawn to the mission of the agency, so it seemed like a logical fit.

What is your favorite part of your job?:

I love chatting with parents/guardians about the positive impact that Bigs are having with their Littles.

What has been your favorite day so far on the job?:

I am not sure if I have one particular day that trumps all the rest, but I love our events when Bigs and Littles come together, such as our annual Christmas Party, the various Field Days we host on college campuses, etc.  Seeing Bigs and Little interact is what the job is all about!

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