Eric is a licensed clinical social worker with over 15 years of practice experience in a variety of settings including outpatient and residential mental health centers, domestic violence shelters, and correctional facilities for women. Eric is an also an experienced clinical supervisor and program administrator. As the Director of Alternative to Incarceration and Reentry Services at the Women’s Prison Association, he currently oversees programs which provide a continuum of care for women at all stages of justice-involvement, including prison and jail-based interventions, community-based case management and vocational programs, and high-impact HIV prevention programs. He specializes in trauma-informed approaches to care and is passionate about criminal justice reform issues. Eric has also served as an adjunct lecturer at both Columbia University and Hunter College and as a field instructor for graduate students from local social work schools.  He was raised in the suburbs of NYC and is proud to call the city his home.