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Erin Broskowski

Disability Services Specialist

Caseload: Students With Last Names A, O-P, W-Z

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers


Office Phone:

(312) 355-3931


Erin has been working in the world of higher education disability services since 2013. She began as a graduate assistant, leading the Center for Student’s with Disabilities’ alternative media team at UW-Whitewater where she obtained her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. Her concentration in counseling is to support disabled students in higher education by using a humanistic, person-centered, multicultural, and feminist approach. Erin also holds a bachelor’s degree, double majoring in Women and Gender Studies and Communication with a minor in LGBT+ Studies from the University of Wisconsin. Between undergrad and grad school, Erin served 3 years as an AmeriCorps member for City Year in Miami, Chicago, and Milwaukee.

As a Disability Services Specialist, Erin strives to honor and respect each student’s experiences while meeting their accessibility needs. Erin has a passion for the disability pride movement, intersectional identity development in the early adult years, and the inclusion of disability rights/pride perspective within mental health services.

Fun Facts: Erin loves to find creative ways to reuse and upcycle. During the first months of the pandemic, she took to walking through alleyways to social distance and found a treasure trove of items calling out to be revived and revitalized. Nowadays going on “trash walks” and saving things from landfills is one of Erin’s favorite activities! Erin also enjoys crafts, karaoke, theater, historic buildings, exploring small towns and power pop. Erin’s favorite CTA train is the brown line.