Erin Duffy is a Faculty Specialist at the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC). In this role, she supports the communications team in the design and development of communication products that disseminate the vast knowledge created by SESYNC researchers around the world. Inspired by the Center’s diverse and interesting projects and participants, Erin developed a podcast called, Succinct Science—Audio Interviews from SESYNC, to help integrate intellectually expansive information into everyday life.
Passionate about community, individual, and environmental health and well-being, Erin has worked in a variety of roles, including: environmental educator; marketing associate for a social service organization and community garden coordinator for a food bank, both through Americorps; as well as a caregiver for adults with differing physical and intellectual abilities.
Erin earned a bachelor's degree in Environmental Policy and Science and she continues to pursue educational opportunities, most recently by becoming a certified yoga instructor and positive psychology practitioner.