For nearly two decades, Eric Nelson has led the Eric D. Nelson Agency LLC as Principal Broker. On his days off, he balances his thriving career in insurance and financial services with his life’s greatest passion: social justice advocacy.
Insurance & Financial Services
Throughout his 18+ year career in finance, Eric Nelson has established himself as an expert in Insurance & Financial Services. On his days off, he makes a difference in the lives of others. A firm believer in social justice and social progress, Nelson dedicates his free time to advocating for causes he cares about. Whether he’s assisting a family with their home and auto insurance needs, or ensuring equal rights for all — helping others is his passion.
Since 2002, Eric Nelson has worked as the Principal Broker of Eric D. Nelson Agency LLC. His agency is an independent branch of Farmers Insurance. In this role, he identifies market opportunity and assembles leadership and production teams within his organization. Largely in control of the outfit, this experience is demonstrative of more than just his abilities within the world of finance. As Principal Broker, Nelson leads an entire team, which entails building business and financial infrastructure. Throughout his 18+ years in the industry, he has gained exceptional command in the areas of insurance and financial services. More than just a career, Nelson enjoys working as an agent because it grants him the opportunity to help others achieve their dreams of safely owning their own homes, businesses and automobiles.
Social Justice Advocacy
Advocating for social progress has always been a work of passion for Eric Nelson. A firm believer in equal rights, Nelson works diligently to provide individuals in need with economic development opportunities. Acting as a voice for others, he’s fighting for social justice across the board. Social issues that are particularly important to him include mental health reform, affordable housing and putting an end to homelessness. Nelson is also a proud member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).