Erin Gallagher-Cohoon

Erin is an avid traveler, board game junkie and history fanatic. She is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan with a Master’s degree in History. With a passion for education, she is continuing to push herself and is currently working on a Teaching English as a Foreign Language Certificate. The dream is to discover even more of this precious planet and to network with people who are often left out of the conversation. 

Erin believes in the power of storytelling and the value of heart listening. Her work in historical research and teaching allows her to bridge her interests in sexual health, feminism, access to health care, and anti-oppression. Currently she is a mentor through the Open Door Society. In reality, she is mentored by a refugee family, who have graciously opened their home and patiently shown her that she does not know how to cook.