Eric Lui is a senior executive/board advisor, emergent technology innovator/entrepreneur, investor and transformational futurist with over 20 years of experience in the financial services, technology, academia, and public sectors. Eric has served over two dozens clients globally within the Financial Services, Healthcare, Supply Chain, Technology areas, internationally recognized and is involved in numerous social impact initiatives with organizations like the United Nations’ via the Global Summit, Sustainability Development Goals (SDG2030) Forum; Science Technology and Innovation (STIC) Forum and Asian American Business Development. He has also contributed thought leadership and articles around Finance, Technology & Innovation, Risk Management and has spoken, keynoted, paneled, and published in CIO, Leadership Council, Waters Technology, RiskUSA, GARP, Professionals Risk Management Association, Project Management Institute, Asian American Business Development Council, Sino-Asian Pharma Association, US-China Foreign Relations and many more prominent events/institutions.
Eric Lui graduated with Bachelors of Business Administration from Pace University and Masters of Business Administration from Northeastern University. He currently is a professor at New York University and City University of New York’s Baruch College where he teaches Business Strategy, Innovation, Management of Multi-national Corporations, Program Management, and Organizational Ethics. He has been recognized as the Global Outstanding 50 Asian Americans for his accolades and contributions to business, academia and social communities and honoree nomination for Finext Excellence in Finance in 2019.