Eric M. Watterson
Eric was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA and has been involved with male organizations at an early age beginning with the Cub Scouts, Boys Scouts and other men’s groups. Continuing in his desire to support males, over the years, he has volunteered with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America along with several other mentoring programs and organizations.
Most recently, while laying the foundation for the CENTY Brand, Eric has worked within the Georgia School System as a substitute teacher with General Education, Emotional Behavior and Autistic children. As a result, he has seen and experienced first hand the results of the underlying hurts and pains that children, and especially males, experience and how these pains can lead to emotional issues, negative behavior and a lack of respect if they have no one to help them to understand, process and release these pains in a positive way.
This is where his goal for the CENTRY Brand is designed to support children, single mothers, and especially males, of all ages, by giving them a option of positive ideas and concepts to live by, positive male role models to interact with and a positive brand to connect to and identify with.