One of the most remarkable people in an Academy full of remarkable people. Erin did it all in the soccer world: Maryland All-State, Baltimore and Washington DC All-Met, four times All-Conference, four times All County for high school. In college Erin really excelled. She earned the starting position at University of Delaware, but decided to transfer to Lynchburg College. She earned first team All-American honors as well as multiple Regional All-American, Virginia Player of the Year, Conference Athlete of the Year, Conference Player of the Year, multiple NCAA Tournament appearances, two times VaSID All-Virginia selection, three times All-Conference, Team MVP and member of the Lynchburg College Hall of Fame! She holds most school goalkeeping records and finished her career with a 0.38 goals against average. After college, Erin went to medical school to become a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitative Sciences at University of Maryland Medical School. After a year practicing at University Medical Center in Cincinnati, Erin accepted a commission in the United States Army as a Captain where she worked with soldiers rehabbing after combat. She spent time in Savannah at Fort Stewart, Georgia as Brigade Physical Therapist. Erin served as the Physical Therapist for 2BDE, 3ID Spartans at Ft. Stewart, Ga. Treated a patient population of active duty Soldiers in addition to collaborating with Command teams to improve physical readiness and training programs. Medical representative at Brigade health promotion meetings where Command supported implementation of injury prevention programs reduced Soldier limited duty days and medical profiles over the course of 8 months. After Georgia, Erin was stationed at Fort Lee, Virginia as Chief, Orthopedics and Physical Therapy. She served as Officer in Charge (OIC) of the Physical Therapy Department and Orthopedic Department at Kenner Army Health Clinic. 60/40 patient care/admin with a focus in orthopedic outpatient rehab and post-op care for active duty Soldiers, spouses, and family members. In addition, developing and rolling out initiatives and research projects for injury prevention in the Army training population to enhance future physical training and reconditioning. Erin was then stationed at the Pentagon and earning the rank of Major while working as a Physical Therapist. Late in 2020, Erin made the tough decision to leave the Army. She still works in the Pentagon as a Physical Therapist. She is settled in the Northern Virginia area with her noble dog. We are so proud to have her as an Academy Staff member and Academy Director.