Erica Wrencher, ICEE

Assistant Director

Community Engagement

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Phone: 336.334.4855

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Erica Wrencher is a public educator, speaker, vocalist, and activist working with young folx, churches, and neighborhoods to build beloved communities. Her teaching and faith-rooted community leadership spans urban and rural contexts in North Carolina and Chicago. Erica holds a Bachelor of Arts in History, a Master of Arts in Teaching, and she is currently pursuing a PhD in Educational Studies and Cultural Foundations. She is active as an organizer for racial equity and justice and considers herself a human connection educator. Erica is committed to speaking from her context as a Black woman who is rooted in history and truth. She enjoys singing, eating good food and drinking good wine with her community and family.

In ICEE, Erica oversees communications, the Referral Desk, the P2 Collective Scholarship Fellows Program, and helps to manage Collaboratory. Additionally, she serves as a thought partner for colleagues in ICEE’s effort to build the capacity of community-engaged faculty and staff. She is most interested in foregrounding ways to nurture a culture of care within partnerships.