James Ryan Hadlock
Over the past several months, James Ryan Hadlock has served as Senior Director of National Causes and Strategic Partnerships with DealsThatMatter.com, a firm dedicated to finding inventive online marketing avenues for nonprofit organizations. Promoting vendor partners through e-mail and daily deal marketing strategies, Mr. Hadlock works directly with charitable organizations whose causes he supports.
From 2009 to 2010, James Ryan Hadlock was employed with Red Tree Inc., a keynote speech and training workshop provider. He offered polished presentations that connected with corporate audiences on a personal level. He also instituted remote training of workshop facilitators, providing dynamic sales and presentation materials.
Mr. Hadlock served as an Account Manager with the IT managed hosting firm, USinternetworking Inc., in 2007 and 2008. In this position, he oversaw client transactions of several million dollars per year. He also provided a variety of client-focused technical support services, including troubleshooting and system upgrade assistance. James Ryan Hadlock offered detailed evaluations of systems he handled, providing a level of client responsiveness that led to renewal of all existing accounts under his direct management.
Mr. Hadlock operated R.G. Griffin Consulting, Ltd., from 2004 to 2010, offering sales and marketing consulting that involved the recruiting, training, and managing of loan officers and processors. He also served the needs of clients requiring affordable residential mortgages and reliable investment products. Working full time in this position from 2004 to 2007, he facilitated millions of dollars in U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs loans.
James Ryan Hadlock’s prior professional experience was concentrated in the IT sector. As Project Manager and Senior Business Analyst with Intel Corporation from 2000 to 2004, Mr. Hadlock devised strategic development and implementation projects for software systems. He successfully guided international efforts among participating groups on a project-to-pr