Serving and transforming lives are her driving force and life mission. With her talent, she is a significant agent of change, dedicated to supporting charitable causes in Panama and around the world.


Driven by her life mission to serve and transform lives, she uses her talent as a powerful agent of change. Founder of her own organization and a Global Ambassador for the Special Olympics, Erika is dedicated to supporting various causes and organizations that promote social well-being and inclusion. Her commitment to philanthropy reflects her passion for making a significant difference in the world.

Erika Ender is known for her active collaboration with various foundations and organizations on humanitarian and social welfare causes. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Latin American Atlantic Council in Washington DC and of the Board of Directors of the Ismael Cala Foundation.
Additionally, she has served as a mentor in the Mentorship Program of The Latin Recording Academy in partnership with She is the Music, a global non-profit organization aimed at increasing the presence of women in music. She has also been an ambassador and spokesperson for the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF), a spokesperson for St. Jude; and has participated as a speaker at major global forums, including the Women’s Forum and the United Nations “Social Good – 2030” Summit.
Erika has also represented issues of rights, duties, and empowerment at the Grammys on the Hill event before the United States Congress, among many other prominent events.