Erin Kesler is the Communications Specialist for the Center for Progressive Reform.
Before joining the CPR staff, she worked as an investigator for the Government Accountability Project. While there, she worked with USDA meat inspectors to spearhead an investigation into a proposed poultry inspection rule featured on ABC World News with Diane Sawyer. Previously, she served as the Communications Director and Research Associate for Democracy 21, a leading "good government" organization committed to ending the undue influence of money in politics. She also worked in the outreach and new media area of the One Campaign and taught civics as a program instructor for the Close Up Foundation.
Kesler holds a B.A. in Politics and Government from Regis College and University College Cork, Ireland. After college, she taught English as a second language in Spain and worked for a natural heritage organization in Scotland.