Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, New Jersey, Names Eric Eberman as Executive Director
Eric EbermanWe are thrilled to announce that Eric Eberman, M.S.Ed., has been selected as the incoming executive director of Devereux New Jersey. He will assume his new role on Jan. 16, 2023.
As executive director, Eric will oversee the care and treatment of more than 300 children and adults, annually, who are living with emotional, behavioral and cognitive differences throughout the Garden State.
Eric is a highly skilled and accomplished leader with more than two decades of experience working with, and advocating for, children and adults with autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and behavioral challenges. His extensive background and demonstrated commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of others make him a perfect fit for our organization.
As executive director of Devereux New Jersey, Eric Eberman, M.S.Ed., brings more than 20 years of behavioral healthcare experience to this position.
Prior to joining Devereux, Eberman was the public policy director for Autism New Jersey where he was responsible for the planning, implementation and evaluation of the agency’s public policy activity. Before that, Eberman worked for nearly 15 years at Bancroft where he held roles of increasing responsibility, including senior director of strategic planning, executive director of pediatric and adolescent residential programs, vice president of acute behavioral health, and vice president of clinical services.
For more information follow the link below for the full announcement on the Devereux website.
Eberman earned his Master of Science in Education, specializing in applied behavior analysis, from Temple University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Rider University. Eberman currently serves as the Government Affairs Chair of the New Jersey Association for Behavior Analysis. In 2014, he received the Philadelphia 76ers’ “Heroes Among Us” award, which is given to individuals in the greater Philadelphia area who have made exceptional and overwhelming contributions to better the lives of children in the community. He also was named one of South Jersey Magazine’s “Men of the Year,” which recognizes men who demonstrate a spirit of caring, giving and making a difference in the lives of others.