Erika Brodnock | Award Finalist

Erika Brodnock is a highly sought after and well-respected child confidence and emotional intelligence expert. She is the creator of several digital resources on themes including emotional and social learning, digital safety, cyber bullying, digital parenting education policy and practice. She has contributed to a number of Sky News and BBC News 24 segments including ‘Child Internet Awareness’ ‘Online Bullying’ and ‘Addict Risk Children’. Erika’s humorous, chatty and down-to-earth approach has seen her become Sky News’s Child Confidence Expert of choice as well as a regular contributor to the Nick Ferrari show on LBC radio.

Erika was also recognised as an inspirational woman by Precious and as Management Today’s one to watch under 35 2014. Erika has also won the Big Venture Challenge 2014, Fast Growth Award 2014, Wayra 2013, Practical PreSchool Award 2013, Startup 100 2013, Loved By Parents Awards 2013. Erika has undergone major transformation and struggled through adversity to become the woman she is today. She is a determined, confident and inspirational woman who unlocked the power to turn a dibilitating illness into a multi-award winning business that delivers on her mission, which is to provide every child, no matter their start in life an equal opportunity to make the best of themselves! The Karisma Kidz and their enchanted world Moodville, were created with a team of Teachers and
Psychologists to introduce children to emotional intelligence and self-regulation. The characters teach children how to identify their feelings, press the pause button on a ‘yucky’ feeling and unlock the magical powers of their minds to create a positive future. Erika also utilises her skills to enable families to improve their perceptions, performance and productivity by facilitating parenting, children & young people’s seminars that cover most areas of family life and supporting children growing up in an increasingly digital and sometimes isolating world.

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