Eric is originally from Cameroon in West Africa and a Permanent Resident of the United States. He has prior experience working, living, and studying in three continents, along with his fluency in multiple languages, allows him to bring a unique and global perspective to issues and has taught him to work and communicate well in a team and with people from all cultures and backgrounds.
He is currently a doctoral student (ABD) in Environmental and Energy Law at Pace Law School in NY. He earned his masters (LL.M) degree in Environmental and Natural Resources Law from Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon and his Juris Doctorate (J.D) degree in US and International Law from an American-styled Law School in South Korea. Eric earned his bachelors of Laws (LL.B) degree and a minor in Political Sciences from his home country of Cameroon.