Born in a small suburb outside of Los Angeles, Erin has been a Southern California girl her whole life. Truly believing in California dreams, Erin chose to stay and live amongst the sandy beaches and big city lights of LA, attending the University of Southern California. Perhaps through the influence of having two older brothers, Erin combined her passion of sports and journalism, and sought a path in sports broadcasting. During her time at USC, she stayed busy hosting her own show covering the USC football team, announced a sports radio show and produced, edited and reported at Annenberg TV News for USC’s own TV station.

While studying at USC she also interned at two LA based networks, MTV News and Fox Sports Net attempting to learn the ins and outs of the broadcasting and hosting world.

2008 was a busy year for her…she finally got her start with the world-wide leader of sports, covering ESPN’s World Series of Poker in Las Vegas reporting on the best poker players on the planet. She also covered the world of extreme sports by reporting on Summer XGames 14 including competitions like Skate Big Air and MotoX Best Trick. Since then she’s done feature reporting for the Anaheim Ducks, corresponding for Fox College Sports and sideline reporting football for ESPN.

In May of 2013, she was hired by Comcast SportsNet Bay Area to be an anchor and reporter covering many regional pro sports teams that include the Golden State Warriors, San Francisco 49ers and the San Francisco Giants. Erin was hired to be the cohost of the morning show, NFL AM on NFL Network in July of 2014.

In her free time, Erin enjoys finding ways to give back through an organization dear to her heart. Erin is on the Young Professionals Council of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, a nonprofit, academic, pediatric medical center that provides more than 97,000 children with pediatric health care. And of course, going to ‘SC football games.

You miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take.

— Wayne Gretzky