To Whom Much Is Given, Much Is Expected


Erikka believes in strengthing the community both inside and outside of the courtroom.

 Committed To Serving Our Community

  • As the president of the Houston County Bar Association, she helped implement the annual toy drive 

  • As an active member of the Sigma Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated she has served in several Executive Committee Offices and as committee chairs.

  • She has served as guest speaker for many subjects including "The Criminal Justice System", "Careers in the Legal Field", "How to Get (And Keep) A Job". 

  • She enjoys spending time mentoring and speaking to young members of our community including serving as a speaker for the My Sister's Keeper (MSK) program for "The Day of the Girl" and conducting a teen dating violence workshop for First Baptist Church Garmon Street's Brother-to-Brother program.







A 2017 recipient of the Justice Benham Award For Community Servicean award presented by the State Bar of Georgia to attorneys who exemplify outstanding service to their communities.

She is a 2017 recipient of Resolutions from both the Georgia State Senate and Georgia House of Representatives acknowledging her work on elder abuse cases in Houston County.


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