"Throughout college, Ryan was consistently great to work with. He's always organized and informed, he works hard and applies his skills with drive and intelligence, and he has a can-do attitude that won't be shaken by setbacks. If you get a chance to work with Ryan, take it." -Nathan Wright, fellow student at Grove City College
I’m Ryan McMorrow. I’m not good at guitar or piano but I have a passion for business, user experience, and research. You know that kid in school who was just naturally gifted at anything he or she decided to pick up? That wasn’t me. As a result, my dedication to learning and excelling has led to many blessings.
Arriving at college I took no time to get involved and start networking. I searched for the most rewarding (and often difficult) classes including Advertising, Market Research, E-Commerce, and Consumer Behavior. Along the way I also picked up two majors, Marketing and Communications, and haven’t looked back since.
Working for ten24 Web Solutions, I certainly have an opportunity to touch every aspect of the business — from back-end and front-end development to SEO and site analysis. My spare time is usually spent with a pair of running shoes, a good book, or a good friend (with a potentially better brew!)
I am confident that I have a breadth of experience in areas that are pertinent to YOUR organization. I’m always looking for an opportunity to impact the way society interacts online — be that with an organization, a corporation, or with each other. For more information about me, check out my contact page or email me!
Myers Briggs: ENFJ
STRONG Inventory: Achiever, Individualization, Futuristic, Positivity, Strategic
My Mission: To utilize my talents the best way I know how and to glorify the One who has given them to me.
Favorite Social Network: Facebook
Favorite Ice Cream Flavor: Cherry Garcia
Top 3 Hobbies: Running, Biking, Golf
Guilty Pleasure: Watching Seinfeld every night before bed
Favorite Cereal: Reeces Puffs
Random Fact: The image below gets my website 300+ hits a week (although the bounce rate is something awful!)