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Committed to Excellence

Erica-Antoinette Castillo Slaton, PhD Candidate-2025 has always lived her life with sheer determination. The Atlanta born native is of Belizean & Honduran (Garifuna ethnicity) heritage and holds dual citizenship with Belize. A Project Manager by profession, Erica effortlessly pairs her professional skills with her Relationship Broker superpower to realize significant personal and business gains.


Erica is President of Erica Antoinette Management, a global consulting and executive coaching firm in Atlanta, GA. A graduate of Clayton State University, Erica received her BA in Business Management and her MBA in Project Management from American InterContinental University. Erica is excited about the “new world” she is exploring through her Global Leadership PhD studies at Troy University.


Having worked on countless software development application projects as a PMP & CSM certified project manager, Erica’s partial list of clients include AMC Theatre, Amica, Delta Air Lines, InterContinental Hotels Group, Norfolk Southern, & State Farm.


Erica shares her love for humanity by working with numerous non-profit organizations as a Community Advocate employing her project management skill sets. Her memberships include the Shaquille O’Neal Boys & Girls Club of Metro Atlanta (Advisory Board Member), Quincy Carter Foundation (Board Member), Project Pinnacle (Board Member), Caribbean Association of Georgia (Advisory Board Chair), WorkSource DeKalb (Board Member), DeKalb County School District Superintendent PAC, Chapel Hill Middle School PAC (Chair), Women in Technology, Golf Women Mean Business, Belize Women's Golf Association, Jack and Jill of America (ESAC) & Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (SM-LAC). Erica is the co-author of Unselfish Women & EmpowerHer.


Proudly selected to participate in Leadership DeKalb, United Way VIP Leadership Program, & Georgia WIN Leadership Academy, Erica is excited to be the recipient of the 2019 Who's Who In Black Atlanta award and to participate as a delegate for the 2020 Democratic National Convention. In 2021 Erica was designated as a panelist for the United Nations 65th Commission on the Status of Women symposium and commissioned to express her views as a CNN article contributor on `What It Means To Be Afro-Latino In America’.


Over the years Erica has hosted and organized numerous private and public events for official Belizean delegations visiting Atlanta, GA to include the Belize Ambassador to the USA (H.E. Lynn Young), Belize Minister of Tourism (Hon. Anthony Mahler), Belize Minister of Health (Hon. Kevin Bernard), Belize Leader of the Opposition (Hon. Shyne Barrow), and Mayor of Belmopan, Belize (Her Worship Madame Sharon Palacio) with an intent to engage both Georgia legislators, Georgia municipal elected officials, international dignitaries, and the Atlanta Belizean diaspora to uncover synergies for reciprocal partnerships.


Belize thrived in 2022 when medical equipment (wheelchairs, walkers, crutches) and 4,500 gallons of latex paint (for school and government buildings) valued at $200K USD, were secured through Erica’s strategic alliances. The honor of Erica receiving the Keys to the City (Belmopan, Belize) in November 2021 and April 2022 (Dangriga, Belize) was historic. Values are of great importance to Erica. She lives her values each day through her motto, LOVE is always the answer.

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