Eric Tivers, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker and an internationally nationally recognized expert in the area of ADHD and productivity. He is best known as the host of the ADHD reWired podcast, the #1 rated podcast all about ADHD. With a catalog of well over 200 episodes, ADHD reWired has been downloaded over a million times. Through the stories and strategies shared on his podcast, Tivers has grown an online community and created his flagship program, ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Groups, an intensive online group coaching program that utilizes easy-to-use video conference technology. He has also created an alumni membership community for the graduates. In 2018, Tivers launched the ADHD reWired Podcast Network with the addition of ADHD Essentials, a podcast focused on children with ADHD hosted by friend and colleague Brendan Mahan. Tivers has been actively involved with CHADD since 2010. He was a coordinator of one group for seven years and helped as a co-coordinator for about two years. He has served on a few CHADD subcommittees at the national level. He successfully handed off his chapter to two colleagues who continue to run it today. Tivers earned his master’s degree in social work at UIC and his BSW at Bradley University in Peoria. He has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including children’s residential treatment, public and therapeutic day school, private practice, and in private homes. He is a musician and identifies as a perfectionist in recovery. He believes failure is feedback, and the 21 jobs he had by the time he turned 21 was part of the journey that brought him to where he is today.