Eric Flora ’19 has been appointed Whig-Clio Program Coordinator, succeeding Kauribel Javier '19, who will be departing the University next month to pursue a Masters in Social Work at Columbia University.
Eric returns to Princeton after serving as an English Teacher at Blair Academy, a boarding school in Blairstown, New Jersey, and from where he graduated. There, Eric assumed a number of additional roles in residential and student life, including coordination of dorm and campus-wide events, hall advising, Assistant Director of the Healthy Relationships Committee, and Faculty Director of the academy’s Model United Nations program. While at Blair, Eric also founded and owned a small, independent bookstore that included tutoring services in Blairstown.
Prior to Blair, Eric served as a paralegal at Atrium in San Francisco. Assigned to the Mission & Impact practice, he supported the legal team focused on public benefit corporations, including start-ups.
A member of the Class of 2019, Eric received a Certificate in Gender & Sexuality Studies and an A.B. in English, for which he was awarded the Thomas B. Wanamaker English Language Prize. As an undergraduate, Eric held a number of leadership positions with Mathey College, including Student Life Associate, Communications Chair of the College Council, and three years as an RCA. Beyond Mathey, Eric served more than a year on the Executive Board of the Orientation Leaders program and as a summer intern.
Please join us in welcoming Eric to the ODUS staff when he assumes the role of Whig-Clio Program Coordinator on August 16.