About Eric Hartlieb, Founder and Owner of A Treasured Wedding.
Eric Hartlieb is a graduate of Towson University where he obtained a bachelor’s degree. He studied the art of photography & videography.
Eric Hartlieb Studied very hard and achieved his Six Sigma and Apics CPIM certifications. Eric Hartlieb’s main field and education is in project management, purchasing and supply chain. He has great passion for creativity in areas like photography filmmaking, design, and technology. Also, he is an entrepreneur with problem solving skills and creative thinking.
Why is our name A Treasured Wedding?
My beautiful wife and I married over 20 years. I proposed to my wife in Nags Head, North Carolina during a beautiful sunset on the beach. I buried her engagement ring in a treasure chest in the sand and hid a video camera in range ahead of time. As we were walking along the beach with waves crashing against our legs, she found my chest with her soon to be engagement ring buried in the sand. We opened the treasure chest then I proposed.
I have studied the art of photography & videography. I graduated from Towson University with a bachelor’s degree (Business of Science). You will receive the highest level of professionalism from my company. A one-of-a-kind wedding videography and photography package from A Treasured Wedding will be a wonderfully emotional and lasting reminder of the most important day of your life. Congratulations on your engagement!
Eric Hartlieb’s Passion and Giving Back
Studied hard and earned Apics CPIM and Six Sigma certifications. Eric’s core education and experience is in supply chain, project management and purchasing. His creative passion and hobby is filmmaker, photography, technology, and design. Also, he is interested in entrepreneurship. He has given back to multiple cancel fundraisers and organized a large city project renovation in Baltimore City. You can visit his website www.atreasuredwedding.com.
Here are some of Eric Hartlieb’s degrees and certifications:
Bachelor’s Degree, Management, Towson University 1996
Certified, Demand Flow® Technology and Business Strategy 1999
Certified, Microsoft Access Intermediate – 1999
Certified, Microsoft Access Advanced – 2000
Certified, Microsoft Access Advanced Programming – 2002
United States Navy Security Clearance (Secret) 1990
6-Sigma Green Belt Certified 2003
Certified, Strategic Supplier Management & Contract Compliance 2005
Under Armour Senior Global Supply Planning Certified
CPIM Certified for APICS-American Production and Inventory Control Society 2001
- Supply Chain Management
- Master Planning of Resources
- Master Planning
- Execution & Control of Operations
- Detailed Scheduled & Planning
Here are some of Eric Hartlieb’s Strengths:
- Leadership & Management experience
- Strategic Supplier Management & Contract Compliance
- Supply Chain & Material Management experience
- Sourcing & Supplier Management experience
- Purchasing experience
- Project Management experience
- Process re-engineering & flow charting
- Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP)
- Negotiation & contract experience
- Advanced Microsoft Office & systems knowledge
- Communication skills
- Analytical skills
- ERP Systems – Manugistics & SAP
More about Eric Hartlieb
I married my High School best friend, Janice. She is brave, smart and a wonderful mom of our four beautiful children. I never imagined in my wildest dreams that God would give me four beautiful children to raise. I was in for the ride of my life. They are all growing up and about to enter into college. How blessed I have been to be responsible for leading my beautiful children. How humbled I have been made to think that God placed five eternal souls in my direct care. It’s an awesome responsibility worth of our greatest efforts.
I wish I could say I had “one” lesson that is most important to me as a dad and husband. The lessons, at least for me, are many and unending! The minute I feel like I have one lesson down here comes another one. From the moment I said, “Yes,” to my wife 20 years ago, until now, I’ve been learning lessons. Over the 16 years since we brought our first of four children home from the hospital, I’ve been learning lessons. Many of these lessons have been simple (how to change a diaper or help with life lessons and sports).
Keep God in your Hearts,