Spotlight: Erin Trenbeath-Murray

Erin Trenbeath-MurrayErin Trenbeath-Murray is currently the Chief Executive Officer for Salt Lake Community Action and Head Start program, Utah's largest Head Start and Early Head Start program serving approximately 2,600 children and their families. The Community Action Program provides services to the low-income community for housing assistance, food assistance, utility assistance, and weatherizing homes. Ms. Trenbeath-Murray has over 20 years of experience in the field of Early Childhood Education. Her career spans from being a early childhood teacher to instructing at the University of Utah.

Trenbeath-Murray has a Bachelor of Science in Family and Child Development, a Master's degree in Family Development and Social Policy and an Early Childhood Teaching Certificate. Trenbeath-Murray serves on a variety of Boards in the community and her true passion lies with issues related to women and children facing adversity.

This year Trenbeath-Murray was named one of Utah Business' "30 Women to Watch" and named "Social Entrepreneur of the Year" by Ernst and Young.

Trenbeath-Murray is married and is the mother of two boys, Jackson 15 who is a classic "first born" full of compassion and responsibility, and Harrison 10 who is a fantastically spirited child.

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