Ryan Sullivan

Account Coordinator

A seasoned competitive runner and avid Bay Area sports fan (since long before it was cool to root for Golden State)

Ryan joined the KPS3 team in 2019 as a marketing coordinator—bringing with him six years of project management experience and a set of seriously strong analytical skills. When he’s not in our offices ensuring engagement goals are met and clients’ projects are on track, you can find him whipping up something mouthwatering in his kitchen (or turning to Food Network for inspiration). 

Ryan earned his B.A. in international affairs from the University of Nevada in 2011. He also has certifications in Google Ad Fundamentals and Google Analytics—along with a University of Nevada digital marketing certification—to his name. Upon graduation, Ryan accepted a position as a program advisor for the University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC)—where he spent the next six years evaluating digital marketing performance, streamlining USAC’s website to improve its search ranking, and serving as the primary contact for customers and international staff for over 19 USAC programs—including the Australia, Brazil, Chile, Ghana, New Zealand, and Uruguay programs. His biggest claim to fame? Ryan was single-handedly responsible for creating and implementing the USAC text alert system for the entire organization (talk about effective communications efforts). 

A dual citizen of the U.S. and Switzerland, Ryan is a seasoned traveler who studied abroad in Torino, Italy, minored in Italian studies, and speaks Italian conversationally (molto intelligente!). From skiing in the alps to spending a winter abroad sans hot water, Ryan is no stranger to adventure—but perhaps his best story comes from the time he was chased by a mountain lion while out on a run in Carson City (true story). When he’s not working, exercising, or acting as a health & fitness ambassador for Lululemon or Rowdy Bars—you can find him planning his next trip with his girlfriend, reading, or spending time with his ever-energetic Golden Retriever Cooper.