Relocating to Florida from New Jersey 13 years ago, Eric has long called Palm Beach his home. Skilled in risk management, business development, legal and technology, Eric brings a substantial wealth of industry knowledge and experience to Integrity Billing.
Always an entrepreneurial spirit, Eric opened his first business, a paper delivery service, at 9 years old. As he approached graduation from college, the climate was ripe for finance. Eric chose the banking industry where he could hone his finance skills. Eric was a bank regulator for more than two decades where he was tasked with the assessment of safety and soundness for FDIC Insured, State Chartered banks.
Working in the hub of a finance department, Eric found himself dreaming of owning his own business. It was here that he learned billing and collections as he continued to dream of opening his own business. In 2014, Integrity Billing was the result of all the steps Eric took along the way. Eric was later joined by Denise and Nancy, to form the Integrity brand.
Once he relocated to Florida, Eric’s passion for chemical dependency and recovery led him to take a position with a local treatment center. Gratitude continues to be his driving force. Eric’s vision has never wavered, in that Integrity Billing would be dedicated to supporting long-term recovery for those struggling with addiction. And his vision becomes reality every time a recovery facility calls and asks for Integrity Billing’s assistance.
Eric currently serves as a member of both State Attorney Dave Aronberg’s Sober Home Task Force and the Delray Beach Drug Task Force. The net result of his contribution has been the eradication of bad players through legislation. He has become a national voice for the substance use disorder treatment industry and a pillar of the Palm Beach County community.
Eric travels often for business as he continues to grow Integrity’s brand in many other states. When he is not traveling, he is spending time with his fiancé Nancy on the golf course, cruising A1A in his beautiful 1956 Ford or taking his two westies, Gracie and Garcon for walks on the beach side.