Ryan Graduated from Mira Loma High-school, with honors. Mira Loma is the 16th best school in California. He had taken many classes regarding industrial arts, with an emphasis in woodworking and cabinetry. He also took off-site vocational classes in Cabinetry where he earned his first award called the School to career award. This award was in recognition for his skills and abilities in woodworking.
After High-School Ryan worked for a few different companies, and found that he had a knack for sales. Ryan continually worked on honing his skills in sales and negations. During his time is sales he was known as a top producer and held very high customer satisfaction ratings. He has continued to hone his skills and has continued with college level courses regarding sales, business development, and business retention.
In 2009 he started his own property preservation company and named it A-1 Hauling. Within 1-year A-1 had surpassed anyone’s expectations. Ryan was able to start and grow a very successful company at a time where other, similar companies were closing. Between 2009 and 2013 Ryan was able to procure contracts with multiple large corporations’, and event some government agencies.
In late 2012 an opportunity arose with his brother and father, and he decided to take the plunge and switch industries. He also decided to enroll in college, to earn a degree in Real-Estate. Ryan helped start CEO Holdings, LLC. Shortly after starting CEO Holdings took off, beyond just a holding company. Ryan created an innovative business model that had not been tried before. In doing so, he earned the reputation for running the most prestigious Executive Suite Center in Roseville. CEO Holdings has a very strong presence in the small business community and has become the new standard.
Currently, Ryan is almost done with his certificate in Real-estate and is preparing to take the California Real-Estate Sales License exam. Ryan has also switched roles and moved to working for the other family company CiD Consortium, LLC. Ryan is doing business development and retention. He has already started to gain a reputation in the HOA industry as an honorable and ethical business professional. Recently, he has started to get involved with CAI and has started to take classes on HOA management, and accounting. He recently passed the M-100 and has taken the CMCA exam, but does not know his results yet.
In addition, Ryan is a graduate of Leadership Roseville; a past ambassador for the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce; currently on the Membership communication council; a two-time winner of the referral partner of the year award; two-time finalist or Entrepreneur of the year award; guest speaker for the sierra college real-estate program; Avid outdoorsman; award-winning woodworker; volunteers for Keaton Raphael memorial; Roseville Area Chamber; and many other none profits.