Erika R. Stith is the Program Coordinator, Sr. for the Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice at the University of Louisville. She earned her B.S. in Sociology from U of L in 2004 and completed her M.S.S.W. from the Kent School of Social Work in May, 2009. Erika brings over 16 years of experience working at the university in different capacities, such as the Office of Community Relations, Multicultural Center and now the Muhammad Ali Institute.
Her experience has been in the areas of community organizing/planning, working with young people and coordinating special projects. She also has experience with other logistics and budget reconciling.
Her interests lie in working with young people, including but not limited to juvenile delinquents and children who have parents who have been incarcerated.