Erika enjoys the versatility of public funding, especially when it involves expanding the impact of the nonprofits we serve. She developed her skills in the early 2000s by working on a state bonded capital project. She has deep experience working with nonprofits, tribal nations, and both urban and rural development projects. Her public funding experience includes New Markets Tax Credits, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Tax Incremental Financing, Tax-Exempt Bank Qualified bonds, energy credits, financing and rebates, Community Development Block Grants, Indian Housing Block Grants, Tribal Set-Aside and Formula Funds, economic development grants, loans, and much more.
Most recently, Erika has had the pleasure of working with the following organizations on their capital camapigns and public funding opportunities: Ain Dah Yung Center, Alliance Francaise, Hmong American Partnership, Communities in Schools, New Day Advocacy Center, Keystone Community Services, Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, Southern Anoka Community Assistance, Native American Community Clinic, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa, Sokaogon Chippewa Community, Native American Development Corporation, The Ray, and many other exemplary nonprofits.