Erin Senne is the newest member of Upstream Group, joining the team in late 2021. She acts as producer and project manager for training workshops, ensuring a seamless experience for clients. She comes from a seasoned background in event production, most recently as senior event producer at KCRW, an NPR affiliated public radio station in Los Angeles, which serves up a unique mix of content centered around music, news, cultural exploration and informed public affairs. Prior to that, she spearheaded wine tasting fundraisers at Barnsdall Art Park in LA, which is home to Hollyhock House, a Frank Lloyd Wright gem on the UNESCO World Heritage List. She cut her chops at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology in the events department, coordinating dinners and gatherings in the shadow of the largest ancient Egyptian sphinx in the Western Hemisphere.
Erin grew up in Nyack, NY, just 30 minutes up the Hudson river from NYC. She attended American University in Washington DC, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Anthropology and Sociology. She spent a semester in Glasgow, Scotland studying archeology and exploring isles and countryside villages on weekends.
A nomad at heart, Erin lives to travel and frequently explores the highways and byways of the US in a Sprinter van with her partner and his French bulldog, Rico. She loves seeing live music, baking, gardening, and is an avid collector of vinyl records.