Erin O’Hanlon is a full-time faculty member focusing on community engaged journalism at Stockton University. There she coordinates social justice community organizing and works on capacity-building projects around gender equity, youth activism, and economic justice. Erin was the inaugural Activist in Residence at Stockton and helped to found the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Center. Prior to her work in the Stockton Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning she was part of a local community partner for 16 years.
An alum of Stockton, she holds a Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology and Design and is currently working on her Ed.D in Organizational Leadership. Erin lives in New Jersey with her partner, Charlie Keys, and their four sons. Her areas of research include assessing civic and community engagement, experiential learning methodologies and liberatory education. Her personal research includes studying race in the media.