Co-Founder, Chief Marketing Officer & Chief Sales OfficerERI
ERI’s Co-Founder, Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Sales Officer Kevin J. Dillon oversees all of ERI’s corporate sales and marketing efforts, acquisitions and business development. With a pivotal role in building ERI from the ground up, Dillon has helped lead ERI to its current standing as the largest fully integrated IT and electronics asset disposition provider and cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction company in the United States.
Under his stewardship, ERI now has the capacity to process more than a billion pounds of electronic waste annually at its eight certified locations, serving every zip code in the United States.
Dillon is also a sought-after speaker, panelist and electronic recycling and ITAD industry authority, presenting “state of the industry” analyses at events all over the world, including Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas. He has also authored articles on the industry for Recycling Today, E-Scrap News and various business journals.
Prior to ERI, Dillon was Vice President of Sales at financialaid.com where he helped pioneer one of the largest student loan companies in the U.S. At financialaid.com, Dillon hired and creatively managed the organization’s sales force and loan counselors while growing financialaid.com’s sales to more than $2 billion annually — leading to the organization’s subsequent purchase by and transition to the oldest financial institution in the U.S.
Prior to his efforts at financialaid.com, Dillon served as project manager for Southwestern Bell Communications. At SBC, Dillon managed quarterly IT implementation releases for SBC’s subsidiaries and facilitated cross-functional team meetings.
Early in his career, Dillon worked as an outside pharmaceutical sales representative for Johnson & Johnson, where his responsibilities included product awareness and inventory management for California’s Central Valley.
Dillon earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Finance from California State University at Fresno.