Errin refers to herself as an Artist by Accident. She fell into her love of art when she embarked on her journey to recovery from Binge Eating Disorder earlier this year. She has often been described by friends and peers as driven, passionate, helpful, creative and thoughtful. She has learned, through treatment, how to use those attributes to begin to heal, with the help of her recovery team. She has always been the kind of person who figures out how to get things done, even when it appears that her lack of experience may impede her. She enjoys the company of others who, like herself, have a passion for learning new skills. She worked as a (self-taught) graphic designer at a newspaper for years before moving into radio advertising. From there, she transitioned to a career as an advertising and marketing manager for an investment firm. She fell in love with Roller Derby while working as an Investment Advisor, and her enthusiasm for the sport lead her away from the financial world and into the fitness industry where she worked as a Personal Trainer and Sports Nutrition Specialist. When the grip of Errin’s eating disorder tightened in 2016, she launched an at-home business and left the corporate world. She recently gave up that business to focus on her recovery. Now, with her newly found love of art and all things healing/self-love, she is focused on using her experiences to help others who suffer in ways similar to her own struggles.