Prior to EonCoat, Merrick Alpert served in increasingly senior executive positions at R&D Altanova, Colt’s Manufacturing Company, Turbine Generator Maintenance, Eceptionist, Enron Energy Services, Pacific Gas & Electric, and Smith Cogeneration International.
In 2009 Merrick Alpert ran a grassroots campaign challenging then-incumbent United States Senator Christopher Dodd (D-CT) to a primary election, forcing Dodd to drop out of the race and give up the Senate seat Dodd had held for 30 years.
Prior to his business career, Merrick Alpert served in the United States Military. He enlisted in the National Guard in 1994, eventually earning his commission as a First Lieutenant. In 1998 Merrick Alpert volunteered for deployment to Bosnia as a Captain in the 129th Rescue Wing and for his life-saving actions in a valley outside of Sarajevo, he was awarded the Joint Service Commendation Medal. Merrick Alpert is a lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion.
Merrick Alpert graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 1991 and from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut in 1988.
Alpert’s memoir, Morning Sun, was published by Lyons Press in 2009.