Mrs. Erin Sharpe has over seventeen years of teaching experience in the New Jersey’s public school system. She has also been an informal educator, and a New Jersey 4-H leader, for over twenty years. Mrs. Sharpe has an undergraduate degree in biology from Stockton University, a certification in biological education, and a Masters degree in educational leadership from Rowan University.
Mrs. Sharpe has a passion for continued learning and for helping young adults find success. Her current teaching assignments at Cedar Creek High School in Egg Harbor City, New Jersey includes Honors Marine and Wildlife Management and Biology.
In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Mrs. Sharpe runs the Cedar Creek’s Green Team as part of the schools participation in Sustainable Jersey For Schools, co-advises a Class Council, and volunteers to coach the Cedar Creek’s Shore Bowl team and Fishing Club.
Mrs. Sharpe looks forward to creating educational materials about climate change and the data collected during our research voyage. She looks forward to sharing her work on her Twitter @SharpeEonpoint, Tik Tok, and Instagram @teachsharpe.