Services Overview

Erica Wheeler is a visitor experience specialist; educator, speaker and performing artist who helps people discover and reawaken their sense of place connections.

She works with the staff of organizations and the public. Her services include professional development training, event keynotes, youth leadership and public programs.

To attend a program check out Erica's Events

 

 
 Independence National Historic Site

Independence National Historic Site

Staff Training

Erica has worked extensively with sites across the country the National Park Service, State Parks, museums, historic sites and other settings, offering her Soulful Stewardship Method. Her approach works for all levels of experience and all site types, from urban to historic or wild. 

 Wisconsin Governor's Conference on Tourism

Wisconsin Governor's Conference on Tourism

Erica was the best thing in the world. We adore her.
— Areosmith

Keynote

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Youth Leadership

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 Youth Leadership Academy, New Bedford Whaling National Historic Park

Youth Leadership Academy, New Bedford Whaling National Historic Park

 
 Baylands, Sonoma Land Trust

Baylands, Sonoma Land Trust


Public events
Workshops & Performances

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