Erin McClure, coordinator and assistant to the chair in the Department of Family Science, was recognized with the Outstanding Exempt Staff award by the President's Commission on Women's Issues (PCWI) on April 2, 2013. The PCWI celebrates the accomplishments of women at the University of Maryland with an annual ceremony which has been held for the last 40 years. President Wallace Loh and Ann Wylie, Professor of Geology, Special Assistant to the President & former Provost, recognized each honoree.
In addition to her role working in the School of Public Health, McClure is a UMD alumna (Sociology). She has completed graduate coursework in management at UMUC and social work at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Erin has nine years of administrative experience at the University of Maryland, both in Family Science and the School of Public Policy. She is an intergroup dialogue facilitator for the Office of Diversity Education and Compliance, staff advisor for Alternative Breaks and Maryland Wishes, and trained Rainbow Terrapin Network Ally and Violence Intervention Assistant. Erin is dedicated to supporting and promoting a diverse, inclusive and safe campus.