Bridges to Heal US
Erin Jones works as an Education and Systems Consultant. When she is not giving TED talks, you can find her walking (at least) 15,000 steps a day, sipping on a white chocolate raspberry mocha, fueling with a delicious Indian dish, or taking a rare vacation with her hubby to a warm place where they can enjoy long walks together.
While Erin lived in Spokane as the Washington Milken teacher of the year in 2008, she worked for Gonzaga in 2017. She currently serves as a consultant and has various other consulting contracts in Spokane. She and her family now reside in Lacey, WA.
Erin has a deep love for the city of Spokane and wants to be a part of the repair that Spokane, and so many towns like it, will undergo due to the health and the racial pandemic; “I love Spokane so much that I want to be a part of it’s healing. No matter where I live, I will always have a passion for Spokane.”
What you can look forward to in Erin’s talk:
- How we can restore, on large and minor scales, by utilizing gratitude…
- Acknowledging tools of healing that we already possess…
- And knowing the life-long benefits of being courageous and not “playing it safe…”
Erin has made a home in the US because she has a hope and vision of healing, not only for the city of Spokane but for the United States as a whole. She inspires us to be a part of the US in that change.
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