As president of Windfield Alloy, Inc., Eric Tetler has led the company to become a leading national recycler of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, precious metals, and electronics. In addition to handling the expansion and development of Windfield Alloy, Eric Tetler supports several charitable organizations and the INTI Soccer Academy in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Named for the Incan word for “sun,” INTI Soccer Academy aims to make soccer accessible and affordable for underserved youth populations in Manchester, an area where more than a third of school-aged children are economically disadvantaged. Since becoming a chartered non-profit organization in 2009, the academy has provided free year-round soccer training, as well as an after-school enrichment program that offers learning opportunities in culture, art, music, and nature. Soccer training includes two camps and winter futsal, played between two teams of five players each. Truly committed to the idea that soccer can unite children across cultures and ethnicities, INTI Soccer Academy serves a population of 60 percent refugees, 25 percent immigrants, and 15 percent American-born children.
Since 2007, Eric Tetler has served as president of Windfield Alloy, an environmentally conscious recycling business in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He first joined the company in 1994, and 13 years later, he became its majority shareholder.