Ryan's Media Interviews
Harvard Business Review
American Express OPEN
Dun & Bradstreet
I'm proud to have worked for MonMan for so long (over a decade). It's
unusual to find a company so dedicated to quality, customer support and
integrity, and when you find it, you do everything you can to stay there and
be a part of its growth.
I am a problem solver, and specialize in HVAC, Electrical and IT
systems, especially in the Mission Critical, Data Center, Industrial and
I am always looking for ways to "get the pieces to fit" in a better,
faster, more efficient way, and I bring that mindset to my customers.
The best part of my job is seeing that smile on a customer's face when
they realize that, yes, there still are some great companies out there
that believe in fantastic customer service and a useful product or
service at a price that makes sense.
Business Development, Market Entry, Data Center Cooling, Data Center Power, Systems Monitoring, Indoor Air Quality, Systems Integration.
I've been around long enough to have seen the inside of some great
legacy data centers, but am still excited to be at the forefront of
developing technologies. I'm a firm believer in studying the past;
learning from missteps and successes alike. I've seen what works and
what doesn't when it comes to data center cooling and power, and I enjoy
mixing that with the next generation of design, equipment and
operations to provide our clients with a fantastic experience.
Director of Business Development. I'm very excited to be able to help develop this brand into the leader of low-profile, cable management access floor. This position is fun, challenging and very rewarding professionally and emotionally.
Zidisha: Zidisha is an organization that allows you to make micro-loans to small businesses in third world countries. Most of my work has been providing capital to entrepreneurs in Africa. Their business goals could be anything from starting a taxi service to growing their small clothing shop.
I am a firm believer in the "teach a man (or woman) to fish" mindset, and feel that providing aid to these third world entrepreneurs to start up and grow their small businesses is a great way to help create long term growth opportunities for the people who need it most.
It's not about the money or any potential interest you might earn when you get paid back. It's about helping someone in need. It's about helping them build a business and getting real world business experience so they can be self-supporting. It not only helps them and their families, it ends up helping their countries as well.
Teach a man to fish....