Ryan is the social projects manager for Mashable, where he focuses on social strategy, user-generated content packages and partnerships. Since joining the company in December 2012, Ryan has managed projects such as the first-ever Hangout-a-thon for charity, the first-ever Pridecast live stream of the NYC Pride March and Mashable's first-ever crowdsourced Digital Bill of Rights. Prior to joining Mashable, Ryan spent 2+ years in Washington, DC with U.S. News & World Report. Beyond that, his work has been seen on The Washington Post, The TODAY Show and MTV, among other publications. He's a native of Cincinnati and is a 2010 graduate of Ohio University.
Social Project Manager • Mashable
Last edited January 18, 2019
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