Commitment is still doing what you set out to do, even when it’s hard. That’s when it matters.
Ryan Evans is a serial entrepreneur, philanthropist, public speaker, and family man. As the CEO of Elamant International, he has grown the company in more than two dozen countries across five continents.
In the early 2010s, as his first entrepreneurial venture, Ryan founded a technology company that he grew to multiple locations, employing dozens of people. After a successful executive transition there, he was appointed as the Global Operations Director for a billion-dollar multi-national corporation where his focus and passion were on strategic planning, global growth, and training. He was successful in growing that business to more than three million worldwide affiliates before leaving to start his next venture.
In 2017, Ryan founded Elamant International and successfully launched the company in more than two dozen countries, spanning five continents, including massive action throughout Africa and Asia.
Ryan has been featured in many publications, as well as in online resources, video channels, blogs, and forums. He has spoken in person and virtually to millions of people around the world. Ryan has been married for 17 years and is a devoted father to four amazing kids.
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What I do
“I’ve always had a heart for others.”
I really do believe that our lives are better when we are helping others. As Elamant started to grow around the world, I got to know and really understand the communities that we serve. It’s humbling to see the impact that Elamant has had on so many people’s lives. That was great, but I knew we could do better. That’s why I led the development of Elamant Cares, a non-profit set up for the sole purpose of providing resources and support to the underserved communities represented by members of Elamant around the world.
“It’s no secret that I love being in front of people, sharing opportunities”
The journey is what’s important. The progress is what’s important. In everything we do, we’re always learning in order to do it better the next time. I love sharing with others that passion and that fire I have for growing so that I can play a small part in helping someone become the best possible version of themself.
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; Teach a man to fish and you feed him for life.”
It may seem counter-intuitive, but honing and sharpening your skills makes you more well-rounded. It helps you see the big picture.