Erin Cranor and her husband Bud raised their four children in Las Vegas, Nevada. Just prior to law school, Erin was a trustee of the Clark County School District for 6½ years. As an elected official, Erin deeply enjoyed social justice policy development, including immigration, disproportionality, sexual orientation, gender identity, and religious freedom. She looks forward to a career in the law around these issues. Prior to serving on the school board, Erin was a technical writer for Boys & Girls Clubs and other youth development organizations. Erin is from Pocatello, Idaho and served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Athens, Greece. She was selected as a Student Research Fellow for the International Center for Law and Religion Studies for 2018 and completed an externship with the Office of General Counsel for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She now serves as a member of the Management Board for the Center and has accepted a position as a law clerk with the Office of General Counsel for Brigham Young University. She was a member of the Executive Committee for the 25th Annual International Law and Religion Symposium on the Master Schedule team.