National Organizer for Resource Development

Erin Goodling


Born and raised in urban and rural communities in and around Portland, Oregon on Multnomah-Chinook land, Erin is an organizer, artist, writer, and researcher. For a decade+, she has worked in solidarity with grassroots groups led by people living unhoused who are working to decriminalize and end homelessness. Prior to joining RTTC, Erin was the Research & Development Director at the Western Regional Advocacy Project. She recently created a zine called House On Fire: Housing & Climate Crisis, Housing & Climate Resistance, and loves drawing and doing all kinds of crafts, growing vegetables, cooking, river swimming, and hanging with her family.

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