Erika Mitchell

Erika Mitchell is the Chief Financial and People Officer for Shatterproof. She leads the financial, human resources, contract administration, and risk management functions of the organization. 

Erika has several years of experience in the finance, operations, and strategy fields. She most recently served as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at MedShare International where she led the national finance and accounting functions and provided strategic direction in support of international relations. Prior to MedShare, Erika served as the CFO at Communities In Schools of Atlanta where she led the finance, human resources, information technology and administrative functions including the development, communication and implementation of effective growth strategies.  

Prior to joining the nonprofit sector, Erika spent several years at Deloitte in various leadership roles. During her tenure at Deloitte, Erika served in the M&A advisory services group where she provided due diligence, transaction structuring and advisory services to domestic and international corporate strategic buyers, sellers, and private equity investors. She also worked in the Talent Development group where she led business critical activities including designing and executing high profile strategic initiatives in talent development. Lastly, Erika spent time in the Audit practice where she served both public and private financial services clients. 

Erika is very active in her community, devoting much of her time to helping underserved communities. She currently serves on the boards of Our House and the State Charter Schools Foundation of Georgia. She also serves as a site coordinator for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program which provides free income tax preparation to low-to-moderate income individuals. 

Erika earned her BS in Accounting from Syracuse University and MBA with a concentration in Finance and Strategy from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. Erika is an active CPA licensed in New York and Georgia. She is based in the metro Atlanta area. 

September 2021

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