Erica believes millennials are vital to every aspect of society. They are no longer just the future, they are the present. She believes it is critical to properly nurture millennials, so individuals can continue to develop great and innovative ideas. She started MSWC, to nurture persons within her profession of Social Work and to provide each millennial Social Worker with the resources needed to blossom. Erica has a deep love, and passion for the profession of social work and has aims to create a safe space for millennial Social Workers to continue their education and network among their peers.
Erica obtained her Bachelor’s in psychology from Valdosta State University and her Masters in Social Work from Clark Atlanta University. While at Clark Atlanta University her passion for Social Work continued to grow and she developed key interests in substance use, mental health, and case management. Erica has become a strong advocate for substance use disorders and the effect that has on a number of growing communities.
Eryca S. Taylor, LMSW (Co-Founder MSWC)
As co-founder of the Millennial Social Work Conference, Eryca believes that change happens when people are given the guidance they need to draw on their own strengths and realize their full potential. Eryca believes that millennials are changing the workplace for the better as they’re the largest generation in the U.S. labor force. She’s passionate about her career as a Social Worker and believes a community designed specifically for her generation will increase happiness and productivity for Social Workers throughout America.
As an advocate for the millennial demographic Eryca has plans to push her generation forward by helping millennial Social Workers gain more skills and broaden their education in a fun and exciting way. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Winston Salem State University and received her Masters of Social Work degree from Clark Atlanta University. Her passions include healthcare and wellness, mental health, and substance abuse evaluation and treatment.