Eric spent the first eighteen years of his life in Cleveland, but since then has lived in five different countries. He went to college at the University of Pennsylvania, where he studied History & Political Science and studied abroad his junior year at Sciences Po in Paris. Eric then completed a master’s degree at the University of Oxford, where he studied International Relations with a focus on International Trade. For his dissertation at Oxford, Eric wrote about the World Trade Organization’s regulation of intellectual property. After several years in the healthcare industry as a management consultant and then an advisor to government health agencies in Swaziland and Malawi, Eric returned to school for an MBA at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He graduated in 2016 and relocated to Boston, which he loves as his newly adopted city.
Eric has always enjoyed helping people stretch their abilities and achieve their goals. He believes great teaching begins with an understanding of each student’s unique goals, motivations, and learning style. Eric was previously a teaching assistant to middle school students at Northwestern’s Center for Talent Development, where he himself had taken courses as a teenager.
Eric loves sports and is a life-long Cleveland Cavaliers fan. Since moving to Boston, he enjoys running and biking along the Charles River and has completed several sprint triathlons. He has also played competitive table tennis (ie, ping pong) since his childhood and is currently a coach for the Harvard Table Tennis Team.