About Erica

I am really proud to have represented the East Coast Bays as your Member of Parliament since 2017. I have worked hard to achieve results on a wide range of projects that are important to our community.


  • Lobbied Auckland Transport to get Glenvar Road prioritised for an upgrade
  • Saved Browns Bay Police Station from closure
  • Fought to keep Vanguard Military School open (and survived one of their fitness sessions)
  • Worked with locals to save Okura from development
  • Raised funds for a new vehicle for North Harbour Community Patrol
  • Fighting to save sciences at Massey Albany alongside staff and students
  • Lobbied for and inquiry into Auckland beach water quality at select committee
  • Called 5,400 households during Level 4 and supported over-60’s with grocery and prescription deliveries


  • Support locals through the economic recovery
  • #GreenLightGlenvar - Maintain pressure on AT to get this vital project started
  • Fast-track the new primary school in Albany
  • Advocate for our local schools who have lost substantial revenue from international students
  • Continue to hold Watercare accountable over the state of our beaches
  • Work alongside local conservation groups to keep the East Coast Bays beautiful
  • Continue to support communities to ensure transparency of Council processes

I am enjoying representing the National Party as Spokesperson for Immigration and Spokesperson for Education.


I was born in the East Coast Bays, and have been living in the area for over 40 years. I am raising two children with my husband in Okura and am heavily invested in my local community.

After attending Rangitoto College, I went on to complete a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours at the University of Auckland. I have worked in a number of export sales roles for New Zealand manufacturers, and have produced a range of local television shows, including Piha Rescue.

I spent four years working for the former MP for East Coast Bays, Hon Murray McCully. I helped thousands of locals, businesses and organisations navigate their way through various government departments. This was the pointy end of policy and reinforced my passion for this amazing community.