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Eric Karl Chambers, American intervention specialist, educator. Certified children's mental health specialist University Washington. Recipient Farrell Merit scholarship Central Washington University, 1993.


Chambers, Eric Karl was born on May 18, 1966 in Neptune, New Jersey, United States. Son of Erve Jefferson and Claudia (Barrett) Chambers.


Bachelor in Anthropology with honors, Central Washington University, 1994. Master of Arts inAnthropology, Western Washington University, 1996.


Counselor Mission Road School, Bellingham, Washington, 1994-1995. Research associate Skagit Community Mental Health, Mount Vernon, 1995-1996. Counselor Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration, Arlington, 1996-1998.

Vocational rehabilitation counselor Division Vocational Rehabilitation, Bellingham, 1998-1999. Intervention specialist Skagit County Youth and Family Services, Mount Vernon, 1999. Lecturer Western Washington University, Bellingham, since 1998.


President Skagit Coalition for Homeless, Mount Vernon, 1995-1996. Chair policy committee Ecumenical Housing Association Skagit County, Mount Vernon, 1995-1996. Member affirmative action/equity committee Bellingham Technology College, 1997-1998.

President Children's Museum Skagit County, since 2000. Sergeant United States Army, 1986-1989. Member American Psychological Association, Society Applied Anthropology (chair student committee 1994-1996), Phi Kappa Phi.


  • Other Interests

    Mountain climbing.


Married Martha Ann Hardwick, August 14, 1993. Children: Sean Alexander, Megan Elizabeth.