Erica Alfaro is the proud daughter of migrant farm workers, born in the heart of the central valley farmlands in Fresno and raised in Tijuana, Mexico. As such, her heart’s passion is to advocate for the rights of workers in this sector. She is currently part of the human resources department of one of the largest fields in the area of North County, California. Erica focuses her spare time on advancing the opportunities of other women and migrant children by giving them hope and inspiring them to dream big.
Erica is a keynote speaker, published author, and educational advocate. She earned her master’s in Education with a concentration in Counseling as well as a Mental Health Recovery and Trauma-informed Care certificate from San Diego State University. Erica received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State University San Marcos and an office professional administrative certificate from MiraCosta Community College.
Her graduation pictures made headlines around the world!
Her story gives hope to the Hispanic community
Erica's story was featured on Univision!