Eric’s extensive experiential and academic background in fieldwork and applied sciences provides an invaluable technical perspective and breadth of detail to our analyses. Eric has a distinct ability to synthesize the data and tease out the relevant information, yet explain the science in an understandable way, which is vital in his role as an environmental analyst. He is passionate about quality analyses to not only understand the natural world, but help ensure that development is done right.
Eric joined SE Group in 2019 with a solid academic foundation in environmental science and ecology. Prior to working at SE Group, he spent his summers researching tree line and climate change on 14ers in Colorado. His experience in research and data analysis has provided him with a variety of technical skills, which are applicable to the many levels of the NEPA process.
Eric has a Master of Environmental Sciences from the University of Colorado Denver and a Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Environmental Science from Colorado College.
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Outside the Office
Eric grew up in Princeton, New Jersey, but has not looked back since relocating to Colorado in 2012. Outside of the office, his life revolves around fly fishing for trout. Whether its catching 6-inch cutthroat in an alpine stream or trying to entice big browns while floating down the Colorado River; he cannot get enough. He also enjoys skiing, hiking, and camping with his family and friends.