Johnson shifts to Resident Caretaker position for House

Erin Johnson (Photography by Fagan Studios)

The Ronald McDonald House of Rochester, Minnesota, is pleased to announce that Erin Johnson has accepted the position of Resident Caretaker, effective August 30, 2020.

Johnson is a familiar face at the Ronald McDonald House of Rochester, joining the Family Services staff three years ago as a House Manager on weekends. In her new role as Resident Caretaker, Johnson will ensure children and families staying at the Ronald McDonald House experience a safe and supportive environment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Erin earned her Associate of Liberal Arts and Science degree from Rochester Community and Technical College, followed by a Bachelor of Science in Sociology-Corrections with a minor in Psychology from Winona State University. Erin is currently a Community Corrections Development Specialist with Olmsted County, where she is involved with facilitation, staff training and development.

Founded in 1980 as Northland Children’s Services, the Ronald McDonald House of Rochester, Minnesota, provides a home away from home and offers support to families seeking medical care for their children. For more information, visit