Erin Karrh

December 22, 2021

Erin joined the World Trade Center Institute as an intern and an Albrecht Fellow in January 2021. Beginning as an Operations and Strategy intern, she transitioned to the role of Signature Programs and Series Manager full time where she is responsible for the AGILE Innovation series, State of the Ports, and Maryland International Leadership Awards. Erin graduated from Salisbury University in 2021 with a BA in International Conflict Analysis and Dispute resolution. While at Salisbury University, Erin worked as a student researcher at the Bosserman Center of Conflict Resolution. An Eastern Shore native, Erin enjoys camping and hiking in Maryland’s rich state parks, creating art and music at home, and exploring Maryland’s cultural landscape.

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