FAVORITE BOOK AND AUTHOR:

“How to Win Friends and Influence People” and “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living”, Dale Carnegie

LITTLE KNOWN FACT(S) ABOUT YOURSELF:

My alter egos have included: An astronaut, an army sergeant, a Roman centurion, a cowboy, Mr Incredible, an 80’s Olympic athlete to name a few of the mascots for the benefit of my church’s Vacation Bible School program over the past 20 years.

Eric Mott

 

Former CFO and Principal, Eric is a trusted advisor to Civitas for over 15 years. As a consultant, Eric’s responsibilities include overseeing all financial and business-related functions of the firm. He is instrumental in the leadership and development of new organizational and financial systems, and their successful implementation.

Eric has been in finance for the Architectural and Engineering industry since 1988. Eric received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Metropolitan State University of Denver and is previously Chairman of the BOD, with the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.

Eric Mott

 

Former CFO and Principal, Eric is a trusted advisor to Civitas for over 15 years. As a consultant, Eric’s responsibilities include overseeing all financial and business-related functions of the firm. He is instrumental in the leadership and development of new organizational and financial systems, and their successful implementation.

Eric has been in finance for the Architectural and Engineering industry since 1988. Eric received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Metropolitan State University of Denver and is previously Chairman of the BOD, with the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.

FAVORITE BOOK AND AUTHOR:

“How to Win Friends and Influence People” and “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living”, Dale Carnegie

LITTLE KNOWN FACT(S) ABOUT YOURSELF:

My alter egos have included: An astronaut, an army sergeant, a Roman centurion, a cowboy, Mr Incredible, an 80’s Olympic athlete to name a few of the mascots for the benefit of my church’s Vacation Bible School program over the past 20 years.