Community and Nonprofit Education

Through partnerships with schools, universities and nonprofit organizations, Erika Carruth offers educational sessions for public and private schools, as well as nonprofit organizations.  In-person classes and presentations are offered directly to students and groups in the classroom so that all students have the chance to be included and take part in the programs.  As part of Solovei Consulting’s commitment to community, many classes are free of charge and include but are not limited to:

  • The Importance of Sustainability – Learn and Grow
  • Climate Change – Facts, Myths and What You Can Do to Make a Difference
  • Nonprofit Development – Seeking and Securing Funding
  • Grant Writing 101

Construction and Roofing CEUs

Continuing education is essential for roofing and construction professionals to maintain and sharpen their skills, as well as keep their licenses active with the State of Florida.  For this reason, Solovei Consulting offers seminars and workshops for roofing and construction professionals to meet their CEU requirements.  Course offerings include:

  • Marketing Success for Contractors
  • Building a Brand in Construction
  • Communication Strategy on and off the Job Site
  • Digital Marketing – Beyond the Post
  • Getting Focused – Photography and Video Basics for Construction Professionals

Contact us for information on the number of CEUs available and coordinating classes for groups of 10 or more.   


Our lead instructor, Erika Carruth, has experience in teaching all age groups including K-12, college/university level and professional studies.  She has served as a volunteer for Junior Achievement, a substitute teacher in the public school system (Florida) and a lead instructor for professional development programs.  As a Climate Leader for The Climate Reality Project and the Education Program Director for AquaGrove, Erika has led a variety of educational workshops for students and adults covering climate change, sustainability, food security and the importance of adopting sustainable living practices in our homes, schools and communities. She has written and developed a Curriculum Guide for AquaGrove’s educational program which is currently being used in educational institutions nationwide and has served as the Program Director for the FRSA Educational Foundation, coordinating multiple educational sessions and launching its first-ever online continuing education learning platform.

Erika attended Columbia University and Skidmore College in New York and possesses a B.A. in Human Behavior; she has also continued her education through a multitude of continuing education programs including the following certifications and coursework related to teaching and instruction:

  • University of Pennsylvania – Specialization in Positive Psychology
  • Nanyang Technological University, Singapore – Motivating Gen Z Learners: What Parents and Teachers Need to Know
  • Substitute Teaching Certificate – State of Florida (county-specific)