Eric’s experience working closely with industry-leading education companies and providers to obtain external market insights has developed his aptitude for analytical thinking and attention to detail. He has developed subject matter expertise on a range of business issues and trends in U.S. and global markets, through his years of experience working as an education market research consultant in China and the United States. In his current role at EAB, he serves as an Associate Director of Research in the Advancement Forum, where he manages the forum’s partner service support process and facilitates partner utilization of Advancement forum research such as the Advancement Investment and Performance Initiative. In his spare time he enjoys the adventuring outdoors, especially in the mountains, and volunteering in Washington public schools.
Eric earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Arizona, where he researched religious conflict in 16th century Ireland. He currently attends The Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business, where he is earning a Master of Business Administration.