Erika Johanna Vexler
Erika is a design and strategic communications consultant with 15 years of experience developing public education campaigns and rebranding initiatives for non-profit organizations, including California Family Health Council (CFHC), The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, Reading is Fundamental, and San Francisco Ballet. Most recently, Erika was the Strategic Communications Manager at California Family Health Council (CFHC) where she led a major organizational rebranding effort, managed their teen outreach programs, and built their public relations strategy from the ground up. In her first year alone, she garnered 100+ media placements in every major media market and on every major network in California and beyond — including ABC, NBC, CBS, Univision National News, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Huffington Post, Bill O’Reilly, and more.
As a Latina, Erika also has extensive experience designing and developing culturally-competent communications initiatives for Latino populations. At both the National Campaign and Reading is Fundamental, she was responsible for leading national Latino outreach initiatives involving strategic partnership development, special events, media outreach, audience research, bilingual public awareness campaigns, educational websites, and more. Erika holds a BA from Wesleyan University in Comparative Politics. She is a Bay Area native and lives in Oakland with her husband and three sons.