Erica Monet Li is a public health professional who specializes in social, behavioral, and health education sciences with a concentration in health equity.
Erica previously served as the equity operations manager at the Tampa Bay Healthcare Collaborative, an organization that fosters community collaborations for helping the underserved.
Erica’s other work included capacity building for collaborative health efforts in Atlanta, Georgia, along with conducting a community needs assessment to address barriers linking at-risk clients to HIV treatment services and wraparound care. Erica also served to evaluate the effects of public housing programs on the well-being of low income families in Atlanta. She served as a graduate teaching assistant at Emory University at the Rollins School of Public Health, and also hosted a radio show, “Black Health Now” that provided programming specifically geared to educating communities of color on issues related to personal empowerment, health and fitness, financial stability, social engagement, and inspirational messaging.
Erica received her Master’s in Public Health from Emory University. She received her bachelor’s degree in health sciences with minors in wellness and sociology from the University of Missouri.
You can find her hanging around St. Petersburg, Florida, where she enjoys spending time at the park and relaxing with her family by the water.