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Erin Blanding

Director of Leadership USA

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Background Information

Employment History

Consultation: Shared Visioning and Strategic Planning for Organizational Development

Borderlands Restoration


Social Justice and Inclusion Training

Me to We


Affiliations

AIDS Awareness Week

Member, Plenary Committees


Mountie Athletes Reaching

Member


Education

Masters Degree

Applied Community Development and Conservation


class valedictorian

Mount Allison University


honours degree

international relations and anthropology

Mount Allison University


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Me to We – Management Team

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Erin Blanding
Erin Blanding Interesting fact: No need for an alarm clock, Erin shares her home with two beautiful wolves and a giant rooster, who howl and crow outside her window in the morning when she sleeps in! Erin Blanding joined Free The Children and Me to We as a youth in 2001 and as a staff member in 2004. She has served as the Director of the Windsong Peace & Leadership Center and our Me to We Arizona-Mexico Programming since 2009. Erin pursued an honours degree in international relations and anthropology at Mount Allison University where she graduated as class valedictorian before joining the Me to We team as a motivational speaker and facilitator. As our most seasoned facilitator in the organization, Erin has worked with or spoken to over 100,000 youth through overseas trips, international conferences, and domestic workshops. Erin took the helm of Me to We's leadership programming expansion in Arizona after working as our Director of Leadership and Director of the Mobilizers program. With her passion for environmental sustainability, inclusive programming, and youth empowerment, Erin has worked to turn the Windsong Peace & Leadership Center into a model of social and environmental change in partnership with community-based organizations and local schools. She has a Masters Degree in Applied Community Development and Conservation, and is committed to facilitating community change while simultaneously pursuing a passion for environmental regeneration.


Free The Children - Contact Us

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Erin Blanding Regional Network Coordinator for Atlantic Canadaerinblanding@freethechildren.com


alumni.mta.ca

Allisonian of Week: Valedictorian, Erin Blanding '06Erin Blanding would like to make the world a better place and, through her volunteer activities and those of others, she is already making a difference.Only in her fourth year Erin has already travelled to Kenya to help teachers in the area teach English to 300 children, and to help build a school.When she was in high school, she travelled to Toronto as one of two delegates from the Atlantic region to encourage other youth to take on a helping role in the world.And she has formed a group on campus to so the same. Erin is a member of Free the Children - the largest network of children helping children, through education, anywhere in the world.There are more than 1,000,000 youth involved in education and sustainable development projects with Free the Children in 35 countries.And, while Erin is just one of them, it doesn't take more than a few moments in her presence to see that she is absolutely passionate about the cause. Erin stipulates, "We try to take action and raise awareness and help children here learn how they can help children who don't know what it is like to be free.We want to empower them to bring about positive change, to have a voice, and to break free from some of the oppressive situations that exist, from child labour to living in poverty."The group has made tangible inroads already.They have built 400 schools in 35 countries.They have raised money for clean water and sanitation.And they have funded salaries for teachers.They have "adopted" villages through the Adopt-A-Village campaign and, says Erin, "the most important thing is that we have helped people in these villages to be self sustaining." Erin will continue her work with Free the Children after graduation as well, leading overseas trips, using the Toronto office as a home base.But she won't be alone.Fellow Allisonian Ashley Hilkewich, currently on exchange in Ecuador, will be accompanying Erin to Ontario.Erin Blanding was the class valedictorian and was also awarded the Gil Latter Award, awarded to the graduating student in recognition of volunteer work in the Sackville Community.Click here for her Valedictory Address.


Here Magazine

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This past September, Erin Blanding, was hired by Free The Children as a regional network coordinator for the East Coast.She works with groups throughout the province and takes initiative to spread Free The Children's message and get more people involved."I could not be more excited about the need for an East Coast coordinator for Free the Children," exclaims Blanding."I have always known how incredibly passionate Maritimers are about volunteering, giving back to the community, and promoting good citizenship.My role as regional coordinator is so awesome in that I get to see these communities unleash that passion globally, through Free the Children.The key truly is just having an outlet for the intensity and energy that lies in the youth of Atlantic Canada." As well as a resonating excitement towards her new position, the 10 year anniversary of Free The Children carries great significance for Blanding.


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For more information, or to book the Windsong Peace and Leadership Center for your next retreat, contact Erin Blanding at erinblanding@metowe.com.
For more information, or to book the Windsong Peace and Leadership Center for your next retreat, contact Erin Blanding at erinblanding@metowe.com. For more information, or to book the Windsong Peace and Leadership Center for your next retreat, contact Erin Blanding at erinblanding@metowe.com.


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