Erin Hatch

Senior Associate, Marketing Director — CPSM

Erin Hatch

Combining a love of marketing and communication, a degree in Interior Architecture and a passion for photography, Erin continues to surprise Weber Thompson with her hidden depths. As Marketing Director and resident photographer, she is intimately involved in every project in the office from early conception until well beyond completion.

After earning her Bachelor of Interior Architecture, Erin joined AmeriCorps, eventually landing a gig as Communications Coordinator for Seattle’s Center for Wooden Boats. What began as a 10-month volunteer position become a four-year crash course in non-profit marketing and communications. It was her first exposure to the passion, creativity and ingenuity required to stand out in today’s savvy, connected world.

In 2012, Erin’s passion for architecture reared its head once again, and she joined Weber Thompson as a production graphic designer, assisting with project graphics and marketing materials. Over the years, she’s worked her way up to her current role as Marketing Director. In early 2017 she was promoted to Senior Associate for her role in the firm’s community outreach, marketing and business development activities. Erin’s tentacles extend well beyond marketing: She is a core team member of the firm’s Sustainabiliteam, leads the firm’s Culture Club, and serves as one of the firm’s HR leaders. 

When not promoting Weber Thompson or the firm’s projects, Erin volunteers her time in the community and industry. She is a former President for The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) Seattle chapter, currently serves on the board of an arts-focused non profit, Wayzgoose Kitsap, and is the newest member of Bremerton’s Design Review Board. When she’s not working or volunteering, she spends her time sewing, crafting, watching movies with her husband, hunting for chanterelles or boletes in Kitsap’s forests, or tending to her many indoor and outdoor plants. 

Education

University of Oregon, Bachelor of Interior Architecture / Minor in Historic Preservation

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