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    Erin Medlicott is the Southern Regional Resource Coordinator for Maryland’s Commitment to Veterans.


    As a decorated ten-year veteran of the U.S. Navy, Erin personally understands the growth opportunities unique to the military as well as the struggles faced during the transition back to civilian life.


    Erin joined the Navy in September 2000 and served as Hospital Corpsman with the United States Marine Corps throughout her career. She has received numerous honors, including a Navy Commendation medal, 3 Air medals with 4 strike flight awards, and Combat Air Crew Wings. During duty, Erin deployed to both Southeast Asia and Iraq. While in Thailand, she completed over 500 hours of volunteer medical care in HIV/AIDS orphanages. Erin completed her service as Leading Petty Officer at the Marine Corps Base Clinic in Hawaii, where she supervised the post deployment care, the Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic, and served as case manager for the Wounded Warrior Battalion in Kaneohe, HI. The Tactical Combat Causality Care Course for the Island of Hawaii was also launched under her direction.


    Upon return, Erin served as Case Manager for Homeless Veterans at Three Oaks Center where she has successfully transitioned an above quota amount of chronically homeless Veterans into stable housing and employment opportunities. She believes “we all deserve to be treated with respect and honor while holding the highest integrity possible.”


    Erin received her Associate of Arts degree in Liberal Arts from Hawaii Pacific University and received her B.S. in Public Health at National University, where she graduated Suma Cum Laud.