Erica Hall is the Diabetes Prevention Program and Heart Disease Coordinator with the Community and Clinical Connections for Prevention Health Branch. Erica has over 15 years of public health experience in corporate, community, and non-profit sectors throughout NC, SC, and GA. Erica previously served as a Hypertension Educator providing healthy food demonstrations, 1:1 blood pressure monitoring, and hypertension and diabetes education for the uninsured/underinsured. NC Central University’s Biomedical Biotechnical Research Institute facilitated this collaboration which was partially funded by an NIH grant.
During her time at the American Diabetes Association, Erica managed the community health strategy efforts to include promoting Tour de Cure, Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes, and DPP, facilitating Live Empowered- a faith-based diabetes awareness program, and collaborating with and promoting the national stage play Mama’s Girls 2: Sugar Ain’t Sweet- a diabetes awareness play targeting minority communities.
A native of NC, Erica received her Bachelor of Science in Health Education from North Carolina Central University. In her free time, Erica enjoys spending time with her family, sampling new cuisines, and visiting the NC beaches.