Bay of Quinte

Erica Charlton, raised in Prince Edward County and now a Quinte resident, is a mother and a Carleton University graduate.

While she lived in Ottawa for nearly a decade she worked with the financial and communication needs of a wide demographic of people with the Canadian company Glentel. At the same time she completed a Bachelor of Arts in Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.

Erica was a dynamic team leader in the high-pressure, ever-changing world of technology while additionally volunteering with CKCU radio station. One of the most diversified stations in Canada, Erica’s time with CKCU included participating out in the community and co-hosting and co-producing a weekly live radio show. She also participated in many fundraising campaigns, such as SpinForKids, and supported Canada’s Children’s Hospital Foundations.

Having recently moved back to the Quinte region, Erica is enthusiastic about the long-term wellbeing and prosperity of the area. As someone who grew up biking to Sandbanks, participating in soccer tournaments at Prince Edward Collegiate Institute, working in local Picton establishments and visiting the many community centers for hockey or agricultural events, she has a deep appreciation for the region.

Erica is currently pursuing a third B.A. in Canadian Studies focusing on Indigenous relations while she concurrently finishes a diploma in computer programming. She intends to raise her family in Bay of Quinte and is committed to contributing positively to the development of this area. With her breadth of skills and experience, Erica uses a thorough research-based approach to solving issues and will focus on goals relevant to our residents and businesses.