Eric is an MPA *20 graduate from the Woodrow Wilson School.
Born and raised in New Hampshire, Eric moved to Boston to attend Boston College where he majored in both economics and mathematics.
Influenced by the financial crises during his time at BC, he left for Washington, D.C., after graduating to work at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in the Office of Financial Stability Policy and Research. While at the Fed, he researched the use of credit derivatives, worked to analyze the CCAR bank stress test submissions, and helped produce financial stability analysis to the Board of Governors. Eric continued on to the U.S. Department of the Treasury in the Office of Financial Research, where he worked to assess financial stability, including the construction of a public, quantitative tool to assess financial system vulnerabilities. He previously worked as a graduate policy intern with the United States Senate Committee on Finance.