Director of Public Policy
& Board Member
Erin Walker has been active in anti-trafficking efforts in Montana since 2016. She currently serves as the Director of Public Policy with Project STAND, a nonprofit that she co-founded which focuses on online child protection. She also serves on the Board of the Yellowstone County Area Human Trafficking Task Force and is a Community Specialist for JustServe.org. Erin participates in a national public policy coalition led by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, composed of nonprofits across the country who work together in support of victim-centered anti-exploitation legislation at the federal and state level. As part of this coalition, she has been instrumental in uniting Montana organizations in this field to join in support of the EARN IT Act, which is an important piece of bipartisan federal legislation addressing online Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM). The EARN IT Act is currently being reintroduced in the United States Senate & House.
Erin is the mother of five children, ages 8 to 17, who provide her with the motivation and heart to continue working to protect kids and empower parents.