Eric’s 45-year career as an architect and business leader encompassed a spectrum of planning and design, finance, program and project management, operational improvement, and organization change. He has consulted with both domestic and international healthcare system clients and has spearheaded the development of over $4 billion in hospital and outpatient facility projects.
Since 2019, Eric has devoted his expertise to serving non-profit clients on a pro bono basis, with a focus on social service, education and healthcare initiatives.
In addition to serving on the Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank board, Eric serves on the boards of two other Seattle area non-profits, and he continues his involvement with projects in resource-challenged areas of the world and providing educational content to fellow healthcare architects. Eric and his wife, Ann, live in Issaquah and enjoy spending time with their children and six grandsons.