Erica Bryant is philanthropist, humanitarian, and a supporter for mental health, is a psychotherapist at a fortune 500 corporation. Erica is also CEO and founder of the non-profit, “It Takes A Village Educational Foundation”, which advocates and advances literacy opportunities for youth, and provides scholarships for college ready seniors. Erica regularly dedicates her time to “be the change [she] wish(es) to see in the world” by volunteering her services as a mentor for teenage girls, and through partnerships with churches, libraries, homeless shelters, and schools. Erica works with many organizations, such as assisting with voting registration drives, public speaking, domestic violence and breast cancer awareness, mental health awareness, and rebuilding efforts to assist with families who have home damage due to Hurricane Harvey.
In 2018, Erica made her debut as an author, and was a speaker at an Essence brunch. Erica is currently the reigning Miss Black America Coed.
Erica has been featured in numerous publications such as: Ebony Magazine for TNT & Bossip “Claws” season 2 premiere, featuring Niecey Nash, Beautifully Said Magazine, front page of the Sulphur Springs News Telegram, magazine feature in Down Home East Texas, Voyage Houston and numerous others.
Erica is an actor, receiving Broadcast Houston’s Top entertainer award, and was consistently recognized as a top actor in 2018. Erica has also been recognized as Houston’s next generation of leaders, has been awarded for her philanthropy and community service, and is currently being recognized as a top ten culture changer in Houston.
Erica is a visionary, and is involved in many ventures to help make the world a better place. Erica frequently sponsors organizations in the arts, literacy and charitable causes, and volunteers with various community organizations.
and will have the updated webpage for her non-profit organization in the winter of 2018.