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Erin Polley

Erin Polley headshot
Photo: Rachel Schwebach / AFSC
Program Director, Indiana Peacebuilding
Areas of Expertise 
Peace Building | Federal Budget | Arts and Social Change

Erin Polley is the Program Coordinator for the Indiana Peacebuilding Program. She has been involved with AFSC’s work to address war and militarism since 2003, when she started with the organization as a volunteer. She has worked on such projects as the widely acclaimed "Eyes Wide Open" exhibit, "Windows and Mirrors: Reflections on the War in Afghanistan" and has done local organizing work in Chicago and Indianapolis.

In her capacity as program coordinator, she works with students, activists and people of faith in Indiana, challenging militarism and violence in the U.S. and Israel-Palestine. She also coordinated the “If I had a Trillion Dollars” Youth Film Festival.

Erin has appeared in numerous media outlets, including the Indianapolis Star, Nuvo, Public News Service, and the Indianapolis Recorder.