U.S. House of Representatives
Erika Stotts Pearson
Erika Stotts Pearson is fighting for a Tennessee where everyone has the opportunity to thrive! Education, Health Care, and the Economy are her top priorities and she is ready to bring that fight to Washington. Erika was one of the first women in this area to manage a Professional Women’s Basketball Association’s team, the Memphis Blues, as Assistant General Manager. Securing championships’ with the National Conference Team in 1995, she worked with the many local partners in Memphis to secure the Canadian Football League, the Memphis Maddogs, as well as the NBA Now group to secure the Memphis Grizzlies franchise in Memphis. She would go on to serve in the administration of the Memphis Redbirds. She has been very active in education and served as Math Department Chair at Shelby County School’s Millington High School 2009-2010 school year. Currently, she operates OpesDei Home Health Solutions and Precision Energy Logistics.
She has been involved with many organizations in recent years including SCLC, BAEO, NAACP, Board Member National Foundation Transplants’, Partner 100 Black Men of Memphis, Kidz Biz, Partner Campaign for School Equity, Tennessee Pastors’ Action Coalition, Leadership Memphis, NEA, SCEA, and MEA. She currently serves on a White House Bipartisan taskforce for strategic partnership and African American outreach with special assistant to the President, Nicole A. Frazier. Recently, she was recognized with Congressional recognition and Shelby County Board of Commissioner’s recognition for her endeavors to ensure that all young people receive a quality education.
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