Erika Hall is a 12-year civil servant and an external coach for the Defense Information Systems Agency. She is a Program Manager in the International Solutions office, at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, where she also coaches fellow NGA colleagues. She completed her Coach training program with Group Works in 2021 and is dedicated to helping people grow as human beings, achieve their goals, and find joy in their lives through coaching.
She holds a B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus in Religious Studies, and Psychology from Virginia Polytechnical University, a Master's in Human Services: Family Counseling, and a Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Management, from Liberty University.
Erika was trained and served as an Air Force Mediator in the European Combatant Command (EUCOM) during her years stationed in the United Kingdom, as the Technical Executive for the NGA Support Team to the Joint Analytical Center for EUCOM. She's also worked as a Program Manager at the NGA college developing curricula, and mentoring facilitators. During her years as a Federal Contractor, she worked as the Director of the National Intelligence-Open Source Center.
A native of northern Virginia, Erika is a resident of the St. Louis area where she runs a busy household with a husband, three children, two dogs, a cat, six chickens, and a handful of bee hives. Erika is no stranger to the realities of addiction as her brother-in-law runs a rehab center.