Erin Goodman is Associate Director of Academic Programs at DRCLAS. She oversees student, faculty, and visiting scholar programs, including the coordination of DRCLAS programs for undergraduates in Latin America. She also oversees the management of the Center's regional and thematic programmatic activities in Cambridge, events, and communications. From 2007 to 2011, Erin worked at Harvard College as Director of the Summer International Experience Office within the Office of Career Services, and previously as Assistant Director at the Office of International Education. In these roles she served as a central resource for international centers and other units at Harvard; advised students about study abroad; and administered $3M annually in summer grants funding for international experiences. Erin holds an Ed.M. in International Education Policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education (2005) and a B.A. in International Relations from Wellesley College (2002). She has studied and worked in Brazil, Chile, and France. Erin is also a freelance literary translator (Spanish to English). A translation of the best-selling memoir by Chilean minister Sergio Bitar, Prisoner of Pinochet: My Year in a Chilean Concentration Camp (in Spanish, Dawson Isla 10), is forthcoming from University of Wisconsin Press. She also has translated the work of several contemporary Chilean and Cuban poets. Erin is also Co-Editor with Dr. Merilee S. Grindle of the edited volume Reflections on Memory and Democracy (Harvard University Press, 2016).