Erin Fields Saddler
Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Curriculum
Erin has a true passion for ensuring that students are prepared to succeed as young professionals in the rapidly changing world of work. With more than eight years of experience in higher education, she has demonstrated service to career development, university/employer relations, curriculum development, event planning, consulting, student leadership development, and territory management.
Currently, Erin serves as the assistant director, undergraduate career curriculum in the Office of Career Services (OCS). In this role, she provides overall management of the undergraduate career curriculum, which includes the Career Strategies in Business course (BMGT367), the Independent Study Internship for Credit course (BMGT398a) and the Independent Study-Career Teaching Assistant course (BMGT398). She also provides career coaching to undergraduate business students.
Erin earned a Master of Education in Counselor Education, with a concentration in Student Affairs Administration from Clemson University and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Georgia.