Eric Bing has years of experience with healthcare education, human capital development and capacity building. He leads The College of Health Care Professions (CHCP) which is the largest Texas statewide provider of allied health graduates. During his tenure, CHCP has launched online, hybrid, and blended stackable allied health care programs as well as continuously raised outcomes for the campuses with a focus on the graduate’s career placement. In 2015 he spearheaded the development of CHCP’s first innovative “blended-classroom” campus located in McAllen, Texas and has expanded the reimagining of flexible and realistic high outcome education for working adults; especially for those from disadvantaged communities. He has built a traveling nursing and therapy business as well as a company that educated and placed Filipino nurses throughout major US hospital systems. Mr. Bing has worked to increase the healthcare capacity in East Africa. His African endeavors include creating a public/private partnership for vaccine management training, antiretroviral training, and deeper integration with PEPFAR. He has chaired AmeriCorps for Texas along with serving as a Trustee for The Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management, among other community activities. He considers it an honor to be part of a team that is providing aspiring CHCP healthcare professionals with the necessary skills and knowledge to help them achieve the healthcare careers of their lives.