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ERIC FLOWERS

Eric FlowersRamsell, a family-owned company since 1967, has a rich history of creating positive outcomes for the health and safety of underserved populations. Ramsell works with its clients in public health, education and corrections maximize limited funds and resources through cost-effective coordination of care and services. By offering our partners highly-configurable web-based technology and expertise, Ramsell has become a leader in connecting people to the services they need.

Eric joined the Flowers family business in 1994 and quickly moved up the ranks, playing a crucial role in transforming the company into a leader in ADAP services. Starting as a Vice President, Flowers developed and managed the Enrollment & Eligibility Network for the ADAP programs in San Francisco, Santa Barbara and San Mateo counties. He was promoted to CFO in 1996 and played a pivotal role in securing ADAP contracts with California and Washington. Assuming the role of President/COO in 2002, Flowers was responsible for the day-to-day management, strategic planning and implementation of corporate initiatives.

In January 2008, Eric was named CEO and President. As CEO of Ramsell Corporation, he has taken Ramsell beyond its initial roots in pharmacy and PBM services, expanding the company's tools, technology and services to broaden Ramsell's impact in new markets, including education, corrections, and social services.

A passionate advocate of community health issues, Flowers has a long history of helping others. While earning his B.S. degree at University of California at Berkeley, he counseled and tutored at The Best Resort, a group home for boys. In 2001, he joined the Haight Ashbury Free Clinics' (HAFCI) board of directors, working on a variety of committees including finance, audit, governance and programs, and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Board. Flowers was actively involved in the negotiations and subsequent merger of HAFCI and Walden House in July 2011 now known as Health Right 360. He is also on the Advisory Board of the St. Mary's College School of Economics and Business Administration where he earned his in 2004. In January 2014, Eric joined the boards of directors for Sutter East Bay Hospitals, Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation, and Sutter Medical Center Castro Valley. Eric joined the ADAP Advocacy Association (aaa+) board of directors in 2011.

Eric lives with his wife, two sons, and chocolate Labrador in Oakland, CA.