July 17, 2019

Employee Spotlight- Errol Eisner

TSG Reporting
TSG Reporting

TSG Reporting prides itself on the dedication and talent of those that make up our team. Each individual that encompasses TSG Reporting adds value and represents the company with dignity and professionalism. They will always go above and beyond for their clients.

We are dedicated to making our clients’ lives easier, anticipating their needs, and solving problems with unrivaled responsiveness.

We invite you to follow us as we turn the spotlight onto the different individuals who make us who we are. You will get to learn their unique talents, interests and what continues to drive, inspire and motivate them to bring their best to TSG and those we serve.

What brought you to TSG?

In my former life I worked for a newspaper/publishing company selling display advertising to businesses into six weekly newspapers throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley. The newspaper industry was dying and the company did not evolve quickly enough into the digital realm. I lateraled into radio syndication for about a year before coming to TSG. The thing about opportunity is we don’t always know what’s out there. We have to keep ourselves open to the idea of something great while learning about our likes, dislikes, strengths and such. I loved sales, networking, problem-solving for my clients and knew that I needed to find a career that was not so negatively impacted by the economy. Enter court reporting/litigation! I had no idea this world existed until a former-TSGer pulled me in and now I like to tell people it was exactly what I was looking for yet never knew existed .

What is your favorite part about working at TSG Reporting?

We have the best team on the planet. I am a problem-solver and love to be the hero that saves the day for our clients every day no matter the challenge!

What did you want to be when you grew up?

Superhero. I guess Sales was the closest I got!

What is your biggest achievement to date? Personal or Professional:

Becoming a daddy to our Willow who is now 2 years old was easily my biggest achievement personally. Professionally, I was just named a 2019 SUNY New Paltz 40 Under Forty Award recipient. The honorees were chosen from a diverse pool of 135 nominees spanning numerous career fields, including education, the arts, science, technology, medicine, business, media and government. As the place where my wife and I met, and the stage that launched my personal and professional development, I have so much love for New Paltz and I am honored to have received this award!


Who inspires you and why?

My 92 year old grandmother, A Holocaust survivor. My grandmother has endured more adversity and personal tragedy than anyone I know. Only to live to tell the tale of becoming the CEO/founder of a successful global medical devices company and the most incredible mother, grandmother and great grandmother we know!

How do you balance your career and personal life?

Although I love my career I work to live – not live to work. Personal life and family come first. Balance isn’t always easy but I am committed!


Hidden talents you can share?

I am a classically trained cellist and can play just about anything on the cello or piano by ear. I am also a break-dancer and dabble in parkour.


If you could choose a superpower, what would it be and why?

Flight! See the world from above and fly anywhere, anytime.