Erin L. Johnson is a proud Camden City native who is determined to be a part of her hometown's revitalization. She makes her home in Camden with her husband, Anthony, and their two young sons, Pierce and Harper. A graduate of Brimm Medical Arts High School, Erin furthered her education at Northeastern University in Boston, MA on a full track scholarship. In 2011, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology.
Following her passion has long been a hallmark of Erin's life, demonstrated by her accomplishments in diverse areas: earned the rank of Blackbelt in Karate; traveled the world as a flight attendant; trained track athletes at Rutgers University-Camden, Woodrow Wilson and Camden High Schools; and styled professional athletes. After purchasing a home in Camden, Erin diligently began pursuing her dreams and seizing the day, the personal motto by which she lives.
Recently, Erin has taken on the role of Parent and Community Organizer for Mastery Schools of Camden, where she hopes to amplify the voices of parents and the community through her advocacy. In addition, Erin's past and current pursuits include: The Collective, an online fashion clothing business and social enterprise, where a portion of the proceeds go to local nonprofits servicing girls; The Feminist Business Society, an incubator empowerment group which was the result of networking opportunities involving a diverse group of women entrepreneurs and other forward thinkers in South Jersey and surrounding areas; Camden Social, a First Friday networking event hosted by a team of neighbors in the Cooper Lanning community with the goal of connecting all parts of the city; Erin Lindsey LLC., a boutique communications and consulting business promoting new Businesses in Camden, NJ.
Erin actively volunteers as a track coach, mentor for other young women interested in entrepreneurship, and resource for empowering stay-at-home mothers. She is the chair of the 2018 Camden City Women's Unity Day Rally.
Erin also serves on the boards of Around the Way Girl Inc., South Jersey Young Democrats Black Caucus, Camden Schools Foundation and Camden Community and Economic Development Corporation.