About Eraka Rouzorondu (1)
Eraka Rouzorondu is a nationally acclaimed educator, poet, producer, director, performance artist and author. She is CEO of Ma’at Enterprises (2), a comprehensive empowerment corporation with four subsidiaries providing personal, professional, cultural and spiritual empowerment services.
For nearly 30 years Eraka has addressed audiences of 5 to 5,000 which include clients such as the Smithsonian Institution, the Association of Black Psychologists, and corporations such as Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics. She has lectured at colleges and universities from Pennsylvania to California and has keynoted at national conventions such as the African American Women’s Conference.
Eraka is a member in good standing of the Spiritual Empowerment Center (SEC) in Baltimore, Maryland – a member institution of the Centers for Spiritual Living. She has been a practicing student of the Science of Mind Philosophy since 2008, and served on SEC’s Core Council as the Center’s first Manifestation Committee chair in 2011 and 2012. Eraka has also served as a Platform Manager for SEC during those years, and has delivered the Message during Sunday services on numerous occasions during and since then. She is author of “When Loving God is Not Enough,” a workbook on expanding spiritual empowerment within religious faith to develop a more personal relationship with God.
Eraka’s publications also include “Answers: A Philosophical Foundation for an Empowered Life,” which is a “how-to” personal empowerment manual; and “Path to Power: The Making of a New Afrikan.” Eraka’s poetry and prose have won awards from the National League of American Pen Women, and the national body of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Eraka’s work is rooted in Egyptian philosophy, informed by history’s greatest thinkers, distilled for modern-day relevance and delivered with Eraka’s unique and dynamic presentation style. She has been hailed by the media as “One of the most provocative speakers on the national circuit today!” Eraka can be followed on Twitter @Eraka_Speaks, and on Facebook under her own name or on the vR page.
Pronounced “Air-RA-ka ROW-thor-OWN-du”