Erica dismisses the stigma that sex positivity equates to promiscuity. Instead, she embraces the joy of natural sexual energy and expression. She channels her passion for this into the organization she founded, “For the Love of Fufu.” This Accra, Ghana, based project recognizes that most people want to be an active part of their social experience. It brings a new style to how people connect and make lasting memories by curating highly interactive and engaging events around traditionally taboo topics.
Erica began her professional exploration by pursuing her Masters in Public Health (MPH) at The George Washington University. Wanting to expand her capacity to work with individual clients, Erica pursued her certification as a sex and relationship coach through the Somatica Institute. In her coaching, she serves as a catalyst to change the narrative on how sex, relationships, and love are viewed, particularly by those of African descent and Christian backgrounds.
Eager to empower her clients, Erica helps people gain insight, show up as their authentic selves in all relationships, and achieve their identified goals. She is open to consulting with any person who can benefit from her services, specifically targeting the needs of married men and professional single women.
Erica works with clients internationally online and is currently seeing clients in person in Accra, Ghana and Cleveland, Ohio.