Erik Mark Brinker

Promoted to the rank of Commander and hold a Top Secret Clearance. Served as an Executive Officer for 120 personnel combat unit at SEAL Team Eighteen. Currently serving as a Logistics Planner for Joint Forces Command. Served one tour in Iraq 2006-2007. Received Defense Meritorious Medal highest combat medal in personal record. Competed in 12 Ironmans - 2.4M Swim,112M Bike, 26.2M Run,Officiate college and high school basketball. Volunteer for the Special Olympics and various youth programs.



2008 Ranked 6th Nationally in the Lunesta Accelerator Contest.
4th Quarter 2008 147% to goal selling Omnaris, 1st in the Norfolk District.
2009 Ranked 115 beginning of the year and finished 7th/130 in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
2009, 2010 Received Exceeded Expectation for Year End Performance Evaluation, 2 out of 12
2010 three out of four selling quarters, achieve “Double 100” for two products.
2009-2012 selected for Executive Leadership Council for Mid-Atlantic Region.
Developed a Quota tracking system for the Richmond District on the new profitability compensation model.

1999 Ranked 6th Nationally in prenatal welcome addition enrollment to increase prenatal sample receipt to drive in-hospital market share.
2000 3rd Quarter Hospital Sales Achievement Award for highest increase in hospital sales.
2001 District Sales Leader for highest market share performer for the Isomil brand.
2002 Number 1 Referral rep in Virginia for an FFn diagnostic test for preterm labor.
2003 and 2004 Highest sales volume of Xopenex (levalbuterol) in Mid-Atlantic Region.
2004 Received highest market share in hospital sales for the region, 1 out of 12 representatives.
2005 finished 6th out of 250 Sales Representatives to receive “take it back program for Survanta” producing an increase of $250,000 annual sales.
2006 1st Sales Rep in Mid-Atlantic Region to stock NeoProfen in the hospital for Patent Ductus Arteriosus, Level II neonatal intensive care unit.
1999-2005 Reached 100% bonus payout, six consecutive years for Synagis, monoclonal antibody injection to prevent RSV, in the hospital and office; Sold $1.8 million 2005.

Managed a $2.1 million dollar supply budget.
Forecasted and prepared associated financial documents for future missions.
Prepared SEAL Platoon for operational missions and directed supply department a