Erica Fields is a business owner and entrepreneur. She and her daughter Cara own their Grain Marketing firm, Brooks Grain, LLC.

Erica is a transgender woman, who successfully transitioned her gender in 2010. With a thoughtful plan and great support from family, friends and colleagues, she was able to complete this transition and maintains active roles in her business and her activism for equal rights and gender equality.

She is on the board of directors of Gender Justice, a St. Paul based Non-Profit that strives to eliminate gender barriers and bias through litigation, education, working to change laws and policy. She also Chairs the Board of 20% Theatre Company, Twin Cities, a Theatre Company which promotes the work of women and transgender artists. She is an activist in the LGBT community. Brooks Grain is certified as an LGBT Business Enterprise by the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce. and she serves on the board of the local LGBT Chamber, Quorum Twin Cities.

She has been a member of the Human Rights Campaign and the National Center for Transgender Equality. She also serves as an advisory board member to Reclaim! a nonprofit providing counseling to LGBT youth and their families.

Erica is active in Rotary International, and is a Past President of the Minneapolis University Rotary Club and currently serves as an Assistant Governor for her Rotary District.

Erica was one of the co-founders of Trans Parent Day, which promotes the first day of November as a day to celebrate being a transgender parent without the concerns of the stereotypes of gender.

A native of Edina Minnesota, and a graduate of Gonzaga University in Spokane WA, Erica currently lives in St Paul with her wife, Patience.

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