Eric Lesser

Eric P. Lesser

Director of Corporate Development at Rentricity Inc.

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175 Varick Street 8th Floor, New York City, New York, United States
HQ Phone:
(732) 319-4501

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Candidate - Eric Lesser

White House Aide - The White House

Consultant To "Veep" - HBO

White House Aide for the Administration - Obama

Business Development Associate - EnergyMind


Hebrew School at Sinai Temple

Longmeadow High School

Williams Middle School

Bachelors degree - Economics with a concentration in Finance , Wharton School of Business

bachelor's degreeHarvard College

law degreeHarvard Law School


School Board Member Member - The NewDEAL

Director of Finance and Corporate Development - Payoneer Inc

Senator - Massachusetts

Youngest Member - Oklahoma State Senate

President - The Harvard College Democrats

Founding Member - Civilizations

Fellow - Truman Project

Member - Massachusetts Democratic State Committee

Member - Sen

Member - House I

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Rentricity || Management Team

Eric Lesser, Director of Corporate Development
Eric Lesser Director of Corporate Development Mr. Lesser is responsible for much of Rentricity's business and finance efforts. He leads fund raising support services, development of strategic partner and investor relationships, and general operational support. Prior to joining Rentricity, Mr. Lesser was responsible for financial analysis and business development activities at a start-up company developing innovative biofuel technologies in Israel. From 2007 to 2009, he was a finance and business development analyst at a New York-based biotechnology company. Mr. Lesser graduated from the Wharton School of Business in 2007, earning a Bachelors degree in Economics with a concentration in Finance.

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NewDEAL Calls for Federalism that Balances Flexibility and Accountability - The NewDEAL

NewDEAL Leader Massachusetts Senator Eric Lesser is pursuing expansion of the successful Education Empowerment Zones initiative, which frees struggling schools from many district directives, giving them more control over hiring and curriculum.

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