She's Making a Difference

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Erin Lynch Prata, a lifelong resident of Warwick, has been serving as Senator in the General Assembly, District 31 since 2008.

A well-respected attorney practicing at Erin Lynch Prata Law on Jefferson Boulevard, Erin attended Cedar Hill School and Winman Junior High School before graduating from Tollgate High School in 1993. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Boston College in 1997 and a Juris Doctor from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law in 2000.

Upon graduating from Law School, Erin was a law clerk for Justice Maureen McKenna Goldberg of the Rhode Island Supreme Court. She thereafter began practicing law. Erin is a past president of the Rhode Island Women’s Bar Association and currently serves as a member. She is also a past member of the House of Delegates for the Rhode Island Bar Association.

Erin is excited to continue her public service opportunity and looks forward to passionately continuing to represent the residents of Warwick in the General Assembly. She is dedicated to the issues and concerns our citizens care most about, including providing the highest quality education in public schools, economic development, job growth, affordable health care and environmental protection. It would be a distinct honor for Erin to continue to serve as Senator for District 31, and she eagerly anticipates the opportunity to be a voice for the community in which she has lived all of her life.

Erin is the ninth of ten children of John and Pat Lynch, all of whom were born and raised in Warwick. She is married to Joseph Prata, Jr., also a lifelong resident of Warwick.