Erin Eissler

Contributing Faculty
Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
B.S. Child Development

Erin Eissler has worked with Richard W. Riley College of Education & Leadership since 2009. As a part time faculty member in the Bachelor of Science in Child Development program, she is dedicated to providing a learning format that guides the adult learner to a deeper understanding of the complexities within the field of education. Erin is also a SME with the Tempo Program with areas of expertise in Child, Health, Safety and Nutrition, Early Literacy and Developmentally Appropriate Practices for Infants and Toddlers.
Erin Eissler draws on her personal experiences in education including thirty-seven years of teaching students in grades two through six. She is dedicated to advocating for children of all ages; particularly with the complexities and changes that families face in today’s world.