When Erinn first arrived at Camp Dudley with her son, #24268 Spencer, she knew that it was a special place. The warmth of the Dudley community was as strong as the July sun, and the entire family felt welcomed and embraced. Erinn loved that Dudley and Kiniya provide nurturing environments where campers can explore new activities, develop new skills and enjoy the fellowship of friends.
Erinn works for Freddie Mac (the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation), in the Capital Markets Compliance group. She focuses on securities law compliance and risk management, as well as mortgage-related securities transactions. Erinn commenced her career as a corporate attorney, specializing in capital markets transactions, in large law firm practices in New York City and Washington, DC. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in African and African American Studies from Emory University and a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Pennsylvania.
Erinn’s husband, Mark, works for the State Department, so the family has lived in South Africa, Trinidad, Kenya, and Hong Kong. Erinn used her corporate finance skills as an investment banker at Standard Bank in Johannesburg, South Africa. She earned an elementary education certification and taught at the International School of Kenya and the Hong Kong International School. In addition, Erinn served as Vice-Chairperson of the Board of Directors at the International School of Kenya.
Erinn is originally from New Rochelle, NY, and currently lives in northern Virginia with Mark, Spencer, and daughters, Celeste (who eagerly awaits the day that she has a camper number) and Noelle.
Erinn looks forward to her service on the Board and says, “I fundamentally believe in the motto ‘The Other Fellow First,’ and support the Dudley-Kiniya commitment to helping young people realize their full potential. It is an honor and a privilege to contribute to the Camp Dudley and Camp Kiniya communities by serving as a member of the Camp Dudley, Inc. Board of Trustees.”