Erica Price is an autodidact artist and designer born in Pyeongtaek Korea, and raised in various states across America. While Erica has lived in numerous locations, she considers San Antonio, where she has lived for 14 years, to be her home. After being homeschooled from Kindergarten through high school, teaching herself graphic design and sign language, Erica began classes at Alamo Colleges.
She then took a break from school to pursue a career in art. Her art paid off for a while, but proved to be a shaky source of income. After selling a few more original pieces and teaching herself to sew, Erica began to work. First she worked as a nanny, then as an assistant to the vice presidents of Hunt Construction Group. During her journey in the working field, Erica decided—at the wisdom of her parents—to also enroll into school again. She is now closer to earning her degree in Communication. Her contract with Hunt ended after a year. Always driven, she began to work part- time for various companies before finding Solar Alliance through a happy-accidental internet search.
Now, Erica continues to service the numerous clients of Solar Alliance. From answering questions, organizing proposals and attending business functions, to designing new things for the company every day. She plans to learn the ins and outs of Solar Proposal design so that she can be hands on in creating an aesthetic and functional system for Solar Alliance clients in the future. Erica is expecting her first child in July of 2017. She currently resides in Texas with her Army-retired parents, two young siblings, and miniature Chorkie, Sophie.
Luis was brought to our team January 2017, bringing with him a fresh new management style. This San Antonio bred gentleman comes with many years of management experience and a strong legal background. Although he is new to the solar industry, he is no stranger to customer service. He excels in satisfying our customers and creates a family environment for our staff and clientele. He prides himself on knowing all San Antonio has to offer from the beauty of the King William District to the serenity of our parks.
As a devout dog-lover, Luis owns a 3-year-old Springer Spaniel and a 4-year-old Belgian Malinois—both rescued from area shelters. When he is not in the office you can find him with the dogs hiking thru Espada Park Natural Area or helping out on the ranch.