“Know before you go:” that’s our philosophy with ELGL events. We’re profiling our awesome attendees for #ELGL19 in Durham so you can connect with fellow attendees before the best local government conference in the world, held May 15-17, 2019 in Durham, NC. Register today!
Rosalind Becker Erwin
Senior Program Manager at Cities of Service
What is the most local government-y thing you have done on vacation?
My last vacation to Alaska was tacked on to a work site visit to the Municipality of Anchorage, so the first two days were all local government.
If I was booking the guests for the GovLove podcast, I would book…
Troy Moon and Julie Rosenbach, Sustainability Directors of Portland and South Portland, Maine, to discuss their collaborative climate change planning efforts.
If you could only have wine OR chocolate for the rest of your life, which would you choose?
What’s one thing you want to do/see when you’re in Durham?
I’m hoping for a Zion Williamson sighting.
#ELGL19 will be a success in my book if this happens:
I return home inspired by all the great work happening in cities across the country.
Who is your mentor?
A colleague at my last job who went on to become one of my dearest friends.
What’s the most interesting thing you’re working on right now?
What’s your pet peeve?
The continued existence of Styrofoam. Shouldn’t it be illegal by now?
Other #ELGL19 Attendees:
- Gillian Phillips from Buncombe County, NC
- Natali Betancur from Mecklenburg County, NC
- Matt Roylance from Town of Garner, NC
- Lauren Tayara from Cabarrus County, NC
- Brian Murphy from the UNC School of Government
- Brian Platt from Jersey City, NJ
- Andrew Brown from Buffalo Grove, IL
- Shannon Mills from Pinellas County, FL
- Mariel Klein from Durham, NC
- Louise Wyatt from Albemarle County, VA
- Graham Rothrock from Guilford County, NC
- Jennifer Casey from Collierville, TN