Erin Marsh

Erin is a Data and Research Associate at Polaris. As part of the Data Analysis Program at Polaris, Erin works on the development of Polaris’s data-driven typologies and additional research agendas. This program is informed by research and engagement with survivors and multi-disciplinary stakeholders. She previously worked as a Graduate Assistant with the Human Rights Program at The Carter Center, specializing in violence against women issues. She has spent over 6 years researching and working on topics such as intimate partner violence and human trafficking. She also has experience working on grant writing and reporting and working with government and non-governmental organizations to apply for grants for more assistance programs to address the needs of domestic violence and human trafficking victims. She is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology with a B.S. in Psychology. She also received her Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Georgia State University.