In short, Eric is already rubbing shoulders with politicians at the highest levels. As a member of the Governor’s Commission on Teen Driving, Eric was sworn in by Georgia Governor Nathan Deal himself and testified before the Georgia General Assembly. As senior class president, he coordinated a Senior Service Day, during which nearly 350 of his peers served more than 25 local sites for a total of 1,750 community service hours. Personally, Eric was the founder of his Key Club chapter and volunteers for organizations that serve disabled teens and the environment, to name a few. His philosophy on community service is this: no project is too big or too small. Certainly, the beneficiaries of his service are appreciative of his commitment. From Johns Creek, Georgia, Eric will attend George Washington University in the fall.