Eran Harrill was born in Sacramento, California and home schooled before attending John Marshall High School to finish out his final H.S. years. As the youngest of 3 children raised by a single mother, Eran understands both the struggles of tough life, as well as the expectation to never settle for mediocrity.
Upon graduating high school, Eran went to Oklahoma State as a history major with a focus on military history. Although he originally intended to pursue a career in law, the bulk of his professional career has centered on marketing and business development with positions that include an Advertising Consultant with Trader Publications, Marketing Director with YP Holdings, developing marketing campaigns, Director of Business Development for Scissortail Realty Advisors, and Operations/Marketing NCO for the Oklahoma Military Counter Drug Task Force.
Eran Harrill was voted on the Black Chamber board of Directors in 2012 and elected to Vice Chair in 2013. In October 2014, Eran was voted to become the next President and in Feb 2015, becoming the youngest President to hold that position with the Black Chamber of Commerce – Metro Oklahoma City. He has used this as a driving force to be a voice of empowerment for the youth in this city and community.
Along with his civil obligations, Eran is also honored to serve as an infantry squad leader in the 179th Battalion of the Oklahoma National Guard, located in El Reno, Ok, with a recent deployment to Afghanistan in 2011-2012. His military awards include the Combat Infantry Badge, Air Assault Badge, Army Achievement Medal with a star, and multiple combat campaign ribbons. Eran brings with him a strong leadership and sense of structure to the organization.