Erica Elliott

Professional at FS Investments

Erica Elliott

Erica Elliott

Professional at FS Investments


Erica M. Elliott, M.D.

Board Certified:
American Board of Family Practice, June 1986
American Board of Environmental Medicine, 1996

Mercy Medical Center
Denver, Colorado
Three year residency in family practice. 1983-1986

University of Colorado Medical School 1979-1983
As a second year medical student, summer spent in an Athabascan Indian clinic on the Yukon River in Alaska.
As a third year medical student, cardiology rotation with Dr. Aubrey Leatham in London, and neurology at the Institute of Neurology at Queens Square in London with Sir Roger Bannister.
As a fourth year medical student, two months of general surgery in a mission hospital in Uttar Pradesh, India, followed by an additional two months observing public health in Nepal while on a mountaineering expedition.
Certification as an emergency medical technician (EMT) 1977.
Member of the Rocky Mountain Rescue Team 1977 - 1979.


Vice-president of the freshman medical school class, 1979
Secretary of the student council, 1979
Recipient of Boettcher Foundation Grant, 1981
William Barrow Award, l986, for Outstanding Family Medicine Resident of the state of Colorado.

Awards presented by Mercy Medical Center:

Peer Teaching Award, l986
Outstanding Resident for the state of Colorado, 1986
Most helpful third year resident, 1986
Most congenial resident, l986

Presbyterian Medical Services Award for Outstanding Service at Cuba Health Center, May 1987.

Inclusion in "Who's Who in the West", 22nd edition, 1989-1990.

New Mexico Medical Society
American Academy of Family Practice
American Medical Association
American Academy of Environmental Medicine


Medical Director of the Checkerboard Area Health Services, providing primary care to a rural Navajo and Hispanic population in fulfillment of National Health Service obligation, 1986 - 1988.

Locum Tenems to rural clinics in Northern New Mexico, including Estancia and Questa. Volunteer work for the Clinic for the Homeless in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 1988 - 1989.

La Familia Medical Center, serving Santa Fe's indigent population. 1989 - 1990.

Espanola Emergency Room as moonlighting physician, Espanola, New Mexico. 1990.

Lovelace Medical Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico. 1991 - 1993.

Assistant Medical Director Hospice Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 1992 - 1994.

Women's Health Services in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 1993 and 1994.

Private practice since 1994, specializing in chronic illness, including neurological and immune system disorders such as allergies, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, autoimmune disease, and chemical sensitivity. Non pharmaceutical treatment available for anxiety and depression, acid reflux, recurrent sinusitis, headaches, heavy metal toxicity, chronic pain, and many other chronic ailments. Hormone imbalances are treated with plant-based, bio-identical hormones.

Former faculty member at the University of New Mexico Medical School in the preceptorship program, involved in teaching medical students, interns, and residents since l986.


Schooling began at Langsmead in Surrey, England. Because of the nature of her father's work, travel was frequent. She attended many different schools, both public and private. The following is a list beginning with most recent education and terminating with high school:

University of Colorado; Master's Degree in Secondary Education, 1977.

Navajo Community College; Many Farms, Arizona. Conversational Navajo I and II, Navajo weaving, 1971 - 1972.

University of Northern Arizona; Flagstaff, Arizona. Graduate course in linguistics.

Instituto Allende; San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, 1968. One semester of jewelry-making and weaving.

Antioch College; Yellow Springs, Ohio, 1966 - 1970. Bachelor's degree in education.

Univercitta de Belles Artes; Florence, Italy. Summer, 1966.

Frankfurt High School; Frankfurt, Germany. Graduation June 1966.

Ecole Superieure de Commerce; Neuchatel, Switzerland. Summer, 1965.

Preceptor for medical student, interns, and residents while at Cuba Health Services, La Familia Medical Center, and Women's Health services.

Outward Bound Instructor; for three summers, 1977 through 1979, taught rock climbing and general mountaineering in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.

Antioch College Wilderness Leader in the Smokey Mountains for freshman orientation. Fall, 1976.

Boston University's Sargent Camp; camp counselor for inner city ghetto children. summer 1976.

Teacher of nutrition and home gardening in the Peace Corps; Ecuador, South America 1974 - 1975.

School teacher of the 4th grade on the Navajo Reservation. Chinle, Arizona, 1971 - 1973.

Mountain Gazette, July 1977. This journal published an article on her climb of Aconcagua in Argentina.

Peace Corps Newspaper. Two of her articles were published concerning life in an Indian village high in the Andes Mountains while working for the Peace Corps.

Guia Didactica de la Educacion Bi-Lingue, co-author of manual for teaching Spanish as a second language. 1975.

Nucunchimunda, a bi-lingual (Spanish and Quechua) book of folktales used in the rural Indian schools of the province of Cotopaxi. Published in Ecuador by the Instituto InterAndino de Desarrollo in 1975.

MOUNT MCKINLEY, Alaska. Led an all-women's expedition to the summit, 1980.

ACONCAGUA, Argentina (23,000 ft.). First American woman to reach the summit of the highest mountain in the Western hemisphere in 1976.

PICO ERICA. First ascent of this snow and ice climb. It was subsequently christened with her name. Ecuador, 1975.

Speaks, or has spoken, over a half dozen languages, including fluent French and Spanish. At one time was conversant in elementary Navajo.

Erica has been very involved in raising her son, Barrett Dwyer. She lives in an intentional community with 28 other families in Santa Fe, called The Commons on Alameda. She has served as president and vice-president of this co-housing community over the past years. Other interests include international travel, creative writing, organic gardening, telemark skiing, snowboarding, hiking and camping. She has studied piano and classical guitar and practices meditation and yoga. She does extensive reading and studying about the effects of chemicals on living organisms and is an outspoken activist for the environment and public health.

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Vice President, Product Communications at FS Investment Corp.

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Vice President, Supply Chain at Northstar Aerospace, Inc.

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Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer at FS Investments

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Senior Vice President & Divisional Director at FS2 Capital Partners LLC

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Chief Compliance Officer at Parkview Advisors LLC

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Senior Vice President, Product Management at FS Investments

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Senior Vice President at FS Investments

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Fund Advisor at FS Investments

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Franklin Square seeks investment opportunities located in the US. The firm targets companies operating in the fields of energy and power through the private sector. They provide financing for common equity, warrants, preferred equity, convertible debt and energy-specific equity, such as net profit interests and royalty overrides.They take a vast network of companies to locate, extract, process and deliver energy to end users. Their investment approach is based on a commitment to bringing a relentless focus on investment education, best practices and transparency to investors. They are not traditional investments in things like publicly traded stocks or bonds. Alternatives can include non-traditional assets, such as real estate, private equity and private debt, as well as non-traditional investment strategiesThey work to foster a culture of accountability, diversity, innovation, integrity and performance and they encourage professional development and healthy lifestyles.

Policy Advisor
Prior - 2014

Crowell & Moring LLP is a law firm that provides legal services in litigation and arbitration, regulatory and transactional matters. It also offers services in other areas including employee benefits, tax and white collar defense. The company was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Washington, DC.

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