Raised by an educator, Erica Culbreath naturally embraced teaching and started tutoring as an undergrad at Norfolk State University and continued tutoring when she moved to Philadelphia. Erica’s science teaching career started in 2002. Since then she has taught in Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Georgia in both the brick and mortar setting and virtual schools. Erica serves as the technology coordinator for Thurgood Marshall Academy Public Charter High School in Washington, DC. There, Erica teaches AP Computer Science Principles as well as computer applications classes for students in grades 9 to 12.
Outside of school, Erica enjoys crafting, gardening, and camping. After school, she is often working with the craft club or 3D printing club to make new creations. She has spent many weekends during the school year hiking and camping with the school’s Wilderness Club.