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Ericka B. Elliott Named Finalist for the 2024 Greater Rochester Chamber Ignite Award


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We are pleased to announce that Ericka B. Elliott, associate attorney in the Health Care and Litigation Practice Groups, has been selected as a finalist in the 6th Annual Greater Rochester Chamber IGNITE Award’s program.


The IGNITE Award celebrates Greater Rochester’s best and brightest young leaders. The program honors young professionals between the ages of 21 to 35 years who strive toward the highest level of personal and professional accomplishment, excel in their chosen field, and devote time and energy to their community. This year, the IGNITE Award Selection Committee picked twelve finalists based on the award criteria and supporting documentation provided in the application package. The award will be presented at a ceremony at Locust Hill Country Club on Thursday, June 6, 2024.


In her commercial litigation practice, Ericka helps small businesses, banks, and individuals with contract disputes, debtor/creditor issues, and corporate governance matters. She also represents hospitals, physicians, nursing homes, home health agencies and other health care providers on issues ranging from risk management and patient care to collections and regulatory compliance. In addition, Ericka has experience representing town and village boards on governance, the legislative and administrative process, economic development, planning, zoning, and litigation related to those areas. She earned her B.S. from Cornell University and her J.D. from University at Buffalo School of Law.


Ericka is a member of the New York State Bar, the Monroe County Bar Association (MCBA), and the Greater Rochester Association for Women Attorneys (GRAWA), where she is a Board member and Secretary. In 2023, she was selected to participate in MCBA’s inaugural class of The Leadership Academy and now serves on the Steering Committee for the Academy. She is an active member of several non-profit Boards of Directors, including Lifespan, St. Ann’s Foundation, and the WNY Rural Area Health Education Center. She is also a Board Member and current President for 13thirty Cancer Connect, serves on the Lima Joint Village/Town Planning Board, and is a volunteer with the Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network.

 

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