Focus: Technology & Innovation; Workforce Development; Scaling Operations; Strategy
Eric builds his life around innovation, taking ideas into reality and helping people. Eric has spent his career in building capacity by helping bring vision, strategy, and execution together—always trying to make things better.
Eric's experience ranges from Enterprise Healthcare with 600+ facilities to launching startups. His previous roles includes: Partner at a national services firm with Fortune 100 clients, COO of a mobile software innovation company where he focuses on growth of the company along with a $3 million partnership with the White House as part of an initiative to build a skilled technology workforce, Vice President in a national technology company building a Telehealth platform, a director in a $1.6 billion dollar healthcare system, Executive Director for a regional public/ private partnership, consulted with global clients, and held ownership in multiple ventures. In his career, he has worked in various industries ranging from healthcare, technology, financial, and social services, all focused around innovations, strategic development, partnerships, and philanthropy.
Some of Seto’s career highlights include: lead the asset divestiture ($30+ million) for a national non-profit to a global sale creating a new endowment; build and launch a surgery center with PE back partners; overseeing operations of a public/ private partnership with $53 million impact; consulted for an United Nations sanctioned NGO; create and funded the first Department of Labor certified Technology Apprenticeship training in Kentucky; developed national partnership with IRS, WalMart, Citi, Intuit, and other national brands; co-lead development around Healthcare Innovation and Nursing Facilities; launched a $500,000.00 first time homeownership program for employees; started a rehab/ wheelchair seating initiative for adult and pediatric patients; and raise over $1 million dollars in philanthropy for children in need. He has served as advisor and national speaker on topics ranging from modern workforce, financial stability, innovation, partnerships, scale & sustainability and volunteerism for groups such as Intuit Foundation, National League of Cities, United Way Worldwide, National Community Tax Coalition, and Points of Light Institute.
Eric holds two Bachelor’s degrees in Business from the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH as well as continuing education around Healthcare and Technology related topics. He was named a Business First "Forty Under 40" honoree, civic award by Internal Revenue Service and earned citations from Mayors and Governors. He is active in American College of Healthcare Executives, Kentucky Hospital Association, Health Enterprise Network, and serves on the Board for Boy Scouts of America Lincoln Heritage Council, a Trustee for Bernheim Trust, Board of Governors for United States Pony Club, Board Member for EEI, Inc an international 5* competition, and Family Scholar House along with committee work with various civic organizations.