Eric joined the board of one•n•ten in 2013 after spending the previous year serving on the Finance Committee and the Fresh Brunch Committee most recently serving as the Fresh Brunch co-chair in 2014 and the upcoming 2015 event. His current area of focus within the organization is bridging the current involvement gap between the for-profit and non-profit communities. Eric is an Insurance Wholesaler specializing in Disability Income and Long Term Care insurance with MassMutual and has over fifteen years of financial sales and services management experience.
After graduating from The University of Wisconsin-Superior with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance in 2008, Eric spent the next five years working in banking and retirement services while attending graduate school at The College of St. Scholastica. He received a dual Master’s Degree in Finance and Business Administration with a focus in Organizational Development and Business Leadership. He is currently pursuing a Chartered Life Underwriter designation from The American College.
Eric supports causes supporting children, economic empowerment, education, human rights, and social services including Junior Achievement, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Phoenix Valley Young Professionals, and one•n•ten.