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Ryan Woodlee

Episcopal High School of Alexandria, VA

2005

Ryan Woodlee graduated from EHS in 2005. 


He graduated from the University of Miami (FL) with a BBA in Business Management and Organization as well as minors in Finance and Business Law. Later, he obtained a MS in Management, Strategy and Leadership from Michigan State University.     After undergrad, Ryan moved to Oakland, Ca to start an automotive detailing business based on a concept that he created for a business plan competition while at U of Miami. 


He started his first company at the age of 14, so entrepreneurship was deeply engrained his DNA. His company, Magic Detailings, became one of the SF Bay Area's top automotive services, especially with Ferrari owners. As the business grew, Ryan pivoted the company to specialize in classic and exotic cars, which gained him a network of highly profiled clients. After seven years, Ryan decided to sell the company to local competitor and took a role as Director of Operations for an automotive service business in Atlanta. While working full time, he enrolled to get a MS degree and opened his career path outside of automotive services. In 2017, he began to do freelance management consulting for a sanitation service. Realizing his ability to take analytical data and build recommendations to help clients solve critical issues, he was recruited to interview with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). 


Ryan was hired as Experience Associate for the management consulting group responsible for supporting clients with development of operating models in regards to innovation and development (I & D). Currently, he is a Senior Associate in PwC Digital, an arm of PwC that develops digital products to solve clients' critical issues.     


Ryan is the Strategic Advisor for EdFront Online, LLC, an online executive functioning coaching service with a range of services from tutoring to college coaching. The company aims to unify personalized support throughout the student lifecycle (K-College) both in the classroom environment and at home.  

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