Dr. Erica A. Murray
Dr. Erica A. Murray

Dr. Erica A. Murray, serial entrepreneur, author, mentor, educator, syndicated radio
show host, and keynote speaker. For over 20 years, she has worked diligently as a
serial entrepreneur, consummating business transactions globally and establishing
an impressive clientele, through her mortgage brokerages (Texas), real estate
brokerages (Texas and Georgia), real estate developer enterprise (Texas and
Jamaica), garment manufacture company (Panyu, China), global radio show host
(syndicated in 10 cities) and international business consultant. She possesses’ very
strong business acumen coupled with structure and discipline, which has guided
both her business and personal life. Erica has become a well sought after global
business consultant because of her distinguished, exceptional, and innovative
business techniques. Ms. Murray has been recognized by her colleagues for having
extraordinary determination and is known for her creativity, motivation and her
ability to secure a deal. In addition, her syndicated global radio show peaked
iHeart Radio as a “Top Hit” two days after debuting.
Dr. Murray's academic accomplishments are as follows: Doctoral degree in
International Business (Dissertation: Resource Challenges for the
Internationalization of SMEs); Master’s degree in Public Administration from
Webster University, Webster Groves, Missouri and a Bachelor’s degree in Political
Science with a minor in History from Southern University.
Erica has received national and international recognition from Cambridge Who’s
Who, Houston Texas Pinnacle Awards, Best of the Best Among Houston Texas
Entrepreneurs, Congressional Recognition from Cedric Richmond, Mayorial
Recognition from Mayor Mitchell J. Landrieu, Special Recognition from State of
Texas Representative Ronald E. Reynolds for Global Entrepreneurship, Mayorial
Recognition from Terrilyn Tarlton, Galveston, Texas and International
Recognition as a Foreign Direct Investor from Former Prime Minister of Jamaica,
P.J. Patterson to name a few.
She has traveled throughout the United States, Canada, Asia, The Caribbean and
the United Kingdom providing expertise to clients such as Pepsico™, EcoFluids®
(Canada), Montego Bay Airport Systems® and former Prime Minister P.J.
Patterson (Jamaica) to name a few.
Additionally, she is the author of “CEO to the Power of You” and is a contributing
columnist to the Small Business Today Magazine, Data News Weekly, LinkedIn,
and various other publications nationally. She is slated to release her newest
literary work for business owners entitled, “90 Days to Capturing Your Target
Market for Entrepreneurs” in September 2015.
She is known to embrace causes that impact the masses; currently, her focus has
been on enlightening women about the HIV/AIDS epidemic and how it is silently
infiltrating their lives. Awareness of this cause can not only save lives, but also
protect our nations from becoming extinct. Erica contributes to the youth in
Jamaica, London and the United States, through direct one-on-one mentorship and
6-week entrepreneur camps. In addition, she hosts various entrepreneurial seminars
around the world for female entrepreneurs who desire to expand their business to
the global marketplace.
As a businesswoman, she is respected for her integrity, dedication, intellect, and
expertise. As a mentor and keynote speaker, she is known for her ability to inspire,
motivate, empower, and impact the lives of her global audience.
She resolves that, whatever we do should be done with passion, purpose and intent!
Her mantra is, “forward progression and upward mobility!”

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