Doug Carty joined the Franklin Pierce community in the fall of 2001, after graduating from Garrett College's Adventuresports Institute in McHenry, Maryland with an AAS degree of Adventuresports. In May of 2006 he completed his Bachelors of Science Degree at Franklin Pierce.
Doug has worked in all facets of Campus Recreation and developed the current Adventure Recreation program. He’s studied and is trained in the hands-on skills and techniques of rock climbing, whitewater kayaking, mountain biking, bicycle mechanics, backcountry living skills and wilderness first aid. Doug can often be found sailing on Pearly Pond, participating in any number of intramural events or researching the newest trends in fitness and recreation programming. Originally from Annapolis, Maryland, Doug looks forward to the continued positive growth in the Campus Recreation program.
Originally from Rutland, Massachusetts, Erika started her graduate assistant role for Campus Recreation in the fall of 2011. Her primarily role is the coordination of the intramural program but she can be found overseeing sports clubs and our Recreation hub, the Bubble. Erika is pursuing an MBA in Sports Management from Franklin Pierce and is on target to graduate in 2013.
Erika’s previous experience points to her undergraduate role as the Office Manager for Intramural Sports at Plymouth State University, where she graduated in 2011 with her Bachelors of Science degree in Business Administration with a minor in Coaching. She has many years’ experience coaching basketball and has recently done some officiating as well. Erika enjoys scheduling and the management aspects that come with her role her in Campus Recreation.