About Ericka Johnson
Ericka S. Johnson-White, M.S., is a Life/Empowerment Coach, Human Services Professional, Certified Fatherless Daughter Advocate, Motivational Speaker, Facilitator, and Mentor. She is certified in domestic violence advocacy, addictions counseling, sexual assault, divorce and family mediation, and victim-offender balanced restorative justice mediation. She is the Founder and Creator of Empowered 2B Invincible Coaching, LLC. She is a member of the Greater Atlanta Section National Council of Negro Women and a member of The Black Life Coaches Network. Ericka is a graduate of Rust College in Holly Springs, Mississippi, where she received a Bachelor of Social Work degree. She received her Master of Science in Criminal/Social Justice from Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois, and a Master of Arts in Human Services at Concordia University Chicago. Presently, she is a student of Coach Diversity Institute pursuing life coaching certification under the mentorship of Dr. Towanna B. Freeman. Ericka continues to give back to her community by helping women and young girls that are destined for greatness by being laser focused in uplifting, motivating, educating, and empowering in her purpose-filled vision. She is helping others uncover their God-given gifts and live out their purpose to overcome the setbacks and receive victory in the very things that have broken them. Ericka was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, and now resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She has one daughter, Brooklynn Skylar McCall.
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