The CIRIS Origin Story
About our Executive Director
After finishing an undergraduate degree in International Economics at Georgetown University, Eric went on to graduate school in economics at the University of Chicago where he earned a master’s degree. While at the University of Chicago, Eric worked on the research team of Nobel Prize winner James Heckman, focusing on microeconomic models of educational attainment.
Over the last fifteen years, Eric has worked in a variety of capacities in independent schools including middle and upper school math teacher, upper school grade dean, and institutional researcher. He is currently the Director of Institutional Research at Maret School in Washington, DC, where he develops and implements data-driven models supporting enrollment management, faculty development, DEIJ initiatives, and student wellness.