Concordance, a CARF accredited, re-entry non-profit headquartered in St. Louis, announced that Eric Brunngraber, Chairman & CEO of Cass Information Systems, Inc., has joined the organization’s board of directors.
“I am humbled that Eric has joined our board of directors,” said Danny Ludeman, Concordance Chairman & CEO. “Eric’s deep roots in the St. Louis community is inspiring and his leadership expertise will be invaluable as we scale our services in St. Louis and expand the Concordance Re-Entry Model nationally. Eric’s desire to support our mission, our participants and their families, and our community mean the world to me.”
Brunngraber has worked in the finance and information technology space for over 40 years. Prior to his appointment as CEO in 2008, he held the position of President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) since 2006. He also served as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the company from 1997 to 2006. He has held numerous positions within Cass Information Systems since his employment began in 1979, including Executive Vice President of Cass Commercial Bank, the Company’s bank subsidiary.
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“Concordance is an organization I have long admired as a result of their proven track record in providing needed support to previously incarcerated individuals,” said Brunngraber. “I am excited to work alongside other leaders in our region who are passionate about the mission and lend my expertise wherever possible to support Danny and the wonderful operating team he has assembled.”
Currently, Brunngraber is active in various civic, charitable, and professional organizations in the St. Louis region including the Regional Business Council and CEOs Against Cancer – St. Louis Chapter. Brunngraber earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Finance and earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration from St. Louis University. In addition, he graduated from the Stonier Graduate School of Banking and completed the Kellogg Executive Scholar Program at Northwest University.