Eric M. SchorCo-founder
Eric is one of the two co-founders of EMS Communications and a seasoned veteran in the field of public speaking and personal coaching. His no-nonsense approach and aptitude for reading people make him an ideal mentor to those seeking to improve their communication skills and advance their personal and professional goals.
For over 10 years, Eric managed teams at Fortune 500 companies and small businesses alike, building his experience working with professionals ranging from new hires to CEOs. That experience forms the foundation for his effectiveness at coaching all manner of business professionals, from budding entrepreneurs to corporate executives.
When not at EMS, Eric lives by a “once a coach, always a coach” philosophy and serves as a mentor to students, job seekers, and many others.
Lots of people across the country have seen the recent clip of former “Daily Show” superhost Jon Stewart testifying in front of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. He was there to urge reauthorization of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund (VCF), established to provide health care benefits to first responders and others in the community with illnesses stemming from the 2001 terror attack.June 25, 2019
Back in 2004, the EMS team happened to be in Des Moines, working with a client, during the Iowa caucuses. In fact, we stayed in the same hotel that served as campaign HQ for John Kerry’s campaign, and we used our Speaker’s Digest credentials to see his victory speech in person. That same year, another politician gave a speech that, although he wasn’t yet a candidate, practically made him into a household name.June 21, 2019
Congressman Tim Ryan from Ohio’s 13th District is one of many running for president on the Democratic ticket. If you haven’t heard of him, you can probably join a very large club; and we’ll certainly forgive you if you didn’t realize he was running.May 29, 2019