Erin Rowley, Writer and Editorial Coordinator
Erin serves as author and copyeditor of select LBBC publications and coordinates the annual publications calendar in support of the mission, programs and services of LBBC. She also writes medical, psychosocial and promotional articles and blog posts for online and print publications.
Erin was raised in Reading, Pennsylvania, and currently lives in Roxborough, in northwest Philadelphia. She received bachelor’s degrees in journalism and history at Penn State University. Before joining LBBC, Erin managed community magazines at Hibu, in King of Prussia. Her other work includes program assistant at the Centre County Community Foundation and internships with various nonprofit organizations.
When she’s not working, Erin enjoys spending time with friends and family, exploring the Philadelphia area’s outdoor, historical and culinary attractions, and binge-watching TV shows on Netflix.
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