Erika is ready to work for you and your family.
A Unique Perspective
as a parent and a VBCPS graduate
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Working on what matters to students, parents and educators.
We need to create reasons for teachers to stay, and appeal to the next generation of educators.
A foundation in the arts prepares students for life beyond school.
The right tools can save valuable time for teachers, parents, staff, and students.
Well-informed students are the next generation of leaders.
We can create safer spaces with proactive policies–for my children and yours.
Fostering understanding and enriching the educational experience for all.
Daughter of a teacher.
“I’m a lifelong Virginia Beach resident. As a parent, I want all children in Virginia Beach to thrive in a safe, supportive learning environment. I’m eager to apply my skills and make positive changes in our school system. My career in marketing has given me the opportunity to partner with a variety of organizations at the local and national level, including tech startups, healthcare, government agencies, and education. A background in nonprofit gives me a unique perspective in serving the public, solving problems, and being a responsible steward of public funds.”
We’re stronger together. Erika would love your help this election cycle! Together we will reach as many voters as possible in District 9.
We need your help
Voter Registration Deadline
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