#BtheChange: Eric Zulaski and His Many Hats
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ReVision is proud to be a Certified B Corp, a business that has been independently verified to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. But B Corps are more than just a certification – they are part of an international movement to demonstrate that businesses can be an instrument of positive change.
This new series, #BtheChange, celebrates the employees at ReVision Energy who live out B Corp values on a daily basis.
Today’s feature: Eric Zulaski.
Eric, an apprentice electrician, wore many hats before joining ReVision Energy. For 10 years he was a monk and worked in humanitarian aid in Central America and East Asia. He helped found an elementary school in a poor neighborhood of Managua, Nicaragua. In Mongolia, he managed an orphanage.
Since returning to civilian life, he has worked as a naturalist for New Hampshire Audubon, served in AmeriCorps, and worked as an organizer of policy campaigns for peace, government reform, immigrant rights, and raising the minimum wage. Eric loves hiking, biking, and being outside.