Eric B. Seldon
Senior Vice President, Business Services; President and CEO, Communicorp

Eric B. Seldon

Eric Seldon is senior vice president of business services at Aflac. He also serves as president and CEO of Communicorp Incorporated.

Seldon joined Aflac in 1999 as an operations manager in Client Services. After joining Aflac, Seldon took the helm of Payroll Account Service Billing, where he managed the reconciling and billing activities for the company's payroll accounts. Within six months, he was promoted to director of New Business.

Since then, Seldon has held several leadership positions within Aflac including second vice president, Support Services; vice president, Business Services & Support; and senior vice president, Business Services, as well as president and vice chairman of the board for Communicorp administration and operations. In 2011, he was promoted to president and CEO of Communicorp, retaining his title as senior vice president of Business Services, where he is currently responsible for the direction of Support Services, Payment Services and Facilities.

Prior to joining Aflac, Seldon was vice president of Card Services at Total System Services Inc. He has more than 24 years of leadership experience, including more than 15 years with Aflac.

Seldon is a member of the Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council (GMSDC). In March 2008, the organization honored Seldon with the "Executive of the Year" award. The award recognizes the executive who has consistently demonstrated support for minority-business development. Additionally, the award honors the executive who operates as an integral force in their organization's Supplier Diversity efforts. In 2012, Seldon was selected as one of Atlanta Tribune's 2012 Men of the Year. With this award, he was recognized as an executive advocate for supplier diversity. This award also honors executives with strong business acumen, community involvement and being a positive role model.

Seldon earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Madison University. He is certified by the U.S. Postal Service as a Mail Center Professional and by Mailcom for Mail Center Security Training.