Eric Bing has devoted his career to expanding healthcare education, quality healthcare, and workforce development opportunities. Since 2015, he has led The College of Health Care Professions (CHCP), the largest allied healthcare training provider in Texas, and has spearheaded the institution’s work to continuously raise employment outcomes. Under his leadership, CHCP developed and implemented a nationally recognized flexible and stackable pathway model to enable economic mobility for working adults with complicated lives and built a career-focused strategy in partnership with over 1,500 employers.
Eric is a frequent commentator on higher education and healthcare training, and has appeared in U.S. News and World Report, Forbes, RealClearEducation, and The EvoLLLution, among other outlets. Prior to leading CHCP, Eric built a traveling nursing and therapy company as well as a company that worked to address health care workforce shortages by training and placing highly qualified Filipino nurses in major U.S. hospital systems. Earlier in his career, he was engaged in efforts to increase health care and delivery capacity in East Africa, expanding vaccine management and antiretroviral training while creating deeper integration with international HIV/AIDS epidemic relief efforts. An active community service leader, Eric has chaired AmeriCorps for Texas, which deploys more than 4,300 volunteers for community service projects across Texas communities, and served as a trustee for the Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management.