Eric Baldwin is a Principal at Tapestry Networks, working with teams across the firm’s healthcare, corporate governance, and financial services practices. His experience at Tapestry includes organizing a range of roundtable discussions among insurance leaders on topics such as data privacy, new approaches to risk mitigation and transfer, and innovations in risk financing. Prior to coming to Tapestry, he served for several years as a research associate at Harvard Business School (HBS), where he collaborated with faculty on a variety of research and writing projects covering topics ranging from organizational culture and change management to corporate strategy and healthcare policy, including a comparative analysis of various national healthcare systems’ approach to balancing quality, access, and cost.
Prior to his time at HBS, Eric taught in the religious studies departments at Franklin & Marshall College and Boston University, while earlier in his career he served in engineering and operations roles at ON Technology Corporation, a software development firm.
Eric holds a PhD from Boston University and a BA from the College of William and Mary. He lives in Cambridge, MA with his wife and three children.