Erin Oeth is a community practitioner and consultant equipping communities with the tools they need to navigate conflict, address important issues, and bridge divides with others through democratic processes and skill building. She has served on national teams framing public issues and has co-authored recent guides on policy around free speech, racism and the university, and divisiveness within the church. She facilitates skill workshops and guides communities through naming & framing issues, concern gathering, and facilitation to get communities unstuck and moving forward together. Building her expertise at the intersection of the community and university, she has previously led community engagement efforts at the University of Mississippi, Baylor University and Columbia College (SC). She holds a B.A. degree in Religion/ Philosophy from Presbyterian College and a M.Ed. degree in Higher Education & Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina.