Director of Life Enrichment

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Director of Life Enrichment

Erin Freel

Reared in the Coastal City of Long Branch, New Jersey, Erin came from a family that encouraged lifelong learning and community involvement. Keeping with family traditions, Erin graduated from Saint Rose High School.

While there, she competed in varsity sports all four years each season and was the President of the National Arts Honor Society, as well as continued to practice her clarinet, traveling soccer year-round and traveling with her grandparents across Europe. During the fall, she would referee recreational soccer for the city she lived in, participate in beach and lake clean-up in the spring and during the summer she lifeguarded. During lifeguarding season, she helped run as well as competing in local, regional, national and international tournaments. Though she has received many medals and trophies, the one she is most proud of is her relay team’s trophy in the National Tournament in San Diego, California, where they received 3rd place.

Starting her collegiate career in Boston, she studied Interior Design. Though it was a demanding major, she continued to play soccer as well as work for Criminal Defense attorneys and as an in-house interior designer for a real estate and construction firm in Boston. She has multiple publications of her art and architectural renderings. Since then, she has worked as a Life Enrichment Coordinator for nearly 5 years. She enjoys the ability to encourage and support the resident endeavors, has fun thinking outside the box and looking at life in the many different perspectives her resident may have.

If she is not at work, you can find Erin fixing the house, gardening, or playing a game with her two boys outside. She looks forward to re-visiting the Museum of Fine Arts in New York City soon, as it’s been too long since she last walked through it.

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