Erika Dyer

Erika Dyer, Director, is a skilled project manager who creates compelling written, visual, and digital content, uses her earned and digital media capabilities, and provides strategic counsel to several Curley Company clients. She has a wide range of experience in federal, state, and local legislative affairs, community organizing, strategic communications, and event management.

Prior to joining Curley Company, Erika served as the Communications Director for Congressman Robert J. Wittman (VA-01) where she developed and implemented the member’s overall communications and public relations strategy. Immediately before working in Wittman’s office, she was an account executive for Ketchum, a global communications consultancy, where she managed day-to-day account activities for an array of corporate and public affairs clients, including Fortune 100 companies, trade associations and nonprofits in a range of industries. Previously, Erika was a legislative aide and communications director for Supervisor Pat Herrity of Fairfax County, Virginia. She also spent eight years working on local, state, and federal political campaigns, starting as an unpaid intern in college and finishing as a campaign manager.

Erika is active in her community and with various issues and causes. You can find Erika serving on the Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic Community Leadership Council as an Event Chair and on the Executive Board of Washington Women in Public Relations as the Emerging Leaders Co-Chair. She also holds several political leadership positions throughout Virginia where she encourages women to run for office at all levels of government. Erika graduated from the University of Virginia’s Sorensen Political Leaders Program in 2017 and American University’s WeLead program in 2018.

Erika’s favorite place in the greater Washington area is the George Washington Memorial Parkway. Whether driving to and from work or enjoying the trails when the weather is nice, she can’t name a more beautiful sight than the view of the monuments from across the Potomac River.