Director, Marketing and Business Development
Erin, better known as “Lemons,” comes to us with a diverse background in marketing, project and event management. After almost eight years working at an award-winning, fast-paced, environmental advertising agency, she shifted gears in 2013 to try her hand at a career in software. Lemons comes to Agilutions after serving over four years at the Abila headquarters, focusing heavily on the annual customer conference and lead generation. She is passionate about serving the association and nonprofit communities, and uses her love for people and dedication to these industries, to champion the Agilutions marketing and business development efforts.
Hobbies outside of the job?
I really love being outside and most activities that encompass soaking in that fresh Colorado air. My favorite activities include running, hiking, fly fishing, camping and riding my one-of-a-kind Surly Pacer to nearby breweries or to Rockies games. I spent over a decade in Austin, Texas, so live music is in my blood. I’m not a music snob and certainly no kind of expert, I just love dancing and soaking in all that energy. I especially like to explore the dark, dingy, “hole in the wall” venues that Denver has to offer. I also make the trek to Austin every Fall for the annual Austin City Limits Festival—2017 will mark my tenth consecutive attendance!
Where do you find inspiration?
I was raised in a very small farming community in the Texas Panhandle called Wellington. This is the kind of place where everyone knows everyone—including your dog and all the grandkids names and birthdays. It’s a wonderful place to grow up and a large majority of my family and friends still live there today. I find inspiration in knowing I have such a strong and loving support system back home, who give me the courage to spread my wings, explore new things (like moving to the “big city,”) and find my own path—even if it’s very different from life in rural Texas.
What is your favorite part or perk about Agilutions?
There’s a very special energy that hits you when you enter the Agilutions office. It’s more than just the beer fridge and the free lunches and the trendy Downtown space, it’s the people who greet you on the other side. I really enjoy the team and feel honored to work alongside to such savvy and truly interesting people.