Check out Erin’s leadership on behalf of local families

Erin Frasier is a workforce development leader, educator, and mother of two whose family has farmed in rural Lewis County for four generations.

Erin’s professional career includes nearly a decade at Grays Harbor College, teaching, supporting students and helping develop programs to assist workers in a changing economy. For the past two years, she has translated those hands-on skills to statewide workforce training and program management with the State Board for Washington Community and Technical Colleges.

In addition to commitment to workforce training and development, Frasier is an active community volunteer, serving on numerous boards and commissions including the State’s Interagency Council on Homelessness, several years with the Dispute Resolution Center of Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties, and the Pacific County Economic Development Council. She is also active in the Lewis-Pacific Swiss Society and helped launch the Pacific County Teen Advocacy Coalition

Erin was raised on a family dairy turned cattle ranch outside of Pe Ell in Lewis County and graduated valedictorian from Pe Ell High School. She and her husband, an elementary school teacher, and their two daughters returned to the farm after years living in Pacific County.  Her great-grandparents settled in the area from Switzerland, and her parents still reside on the farm.