Elizabeth Erickson joined the staff of Walsh University in 2014. She was a homeschool graduate, and went on to earn her B.A. in Applied Behavioral Sciences from National Louis University. Currently, she is pursuing an M.B.A. from Walsh. Elizabeth assists in the facilitation of programs geared toward faith formation, spiritual practices, community services, community building, and leadership development on campus. She also works as an Admissions Counselor and acts as a liaison with Campus Ministry and Youth Ministry programs with a focus on relationships with Home School groups and the Cardinal Newman Society High Schools to build awareness of Walsh University.
For more than 10 years, Elizabeth has provided in-depth formation in the Christian life for young people by serving as a volunteer coordinator/promoter for Eagle Eye Ministries, in Laredo, TX, which is a ministry of the Community of St. John, a religious order founded in France. As an Eagle Eye Ministries volunteer, she completed a month-long formation program in evangelization, prayer and community life, led teens on adventure expeditions and leadership trips, and organized summer campus for more than 40 teens.