Eric is a serial entrepreneur having founded, acquired and built a number of companies. Eric sees healthcare education is in desperate need of reinvention. New web-based software enables learners to fast-track their individual learning process and perform at their absolute highest level. These performance improvements are unlocked through better learning information and real-time assessments empowering students to make the most successful study decisions.
Eric along with Dr. Courtney and Kevin Lipkin started TrueLearn in 2013 to develop online and mobile learning tools that prepare medical students, residents, and practicing physicians to achieve their maximum performance on high-stakes licensure examinations. Eric serves as TrueLearn’s President and CEO.
Prior to TrueLearn, Eric acquired RedZone Robotics, Inc. that he transformed into an end-to-end wastewater asset management company servicing over 200 cities throughout the world. RedZone was sold to ABS Capital in 2012. Eric served as the President and CEO and oversaw the strategy, development and commercialization asset management platform that automates the collection and analysis of underground wastewater systems.
Earlier in his career, Eric co-founded and served as the President of PartsZone Inc. that supplies aftermarket parts for equipment to the construction industry. Additionally he acquired and executed the management turnaround of ProLine Services, a provider of railcar manufacturing and maintenance, sold to Trinity Industries (NYSE:TRN) and Blue Fish Labs, Inc., a Pittsburgh-based software development company, sold to Apple Inc. (NASD: AAPL).
Eric holds twelve patents in the fields of data analytics, robotics, software, and controls. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Lehigh University and an M.B.A. from Carnegie Mellon University.
Eric and his wife, Kelly, have been married for 14 years and have two daughters.