Meet Ryan Watts

Ryan Watts was born and raised in North Carolina. He was educated in the North Carolina public school system from kindergarten through college. Since graduating, he has lived in North Carolina except for a two year stint in Washington D.C.

He wants to go to Washington to represent the best interests of North Carolinians – specifically the sixth district which includes Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Guilford (part), Lee, Randolph & Rockingham Counties.

SIXTH DISTRICT ROOTS

Ryan’s connections to the sixth district go back more than 100 years when his great-grandparents were living in Rockingham County. In 1930, they moved their family of nine to Alamance County for work in the textile mills. They also grew produce, raised chickens to feed the family, and sold extra to others and gave to those in need. The son who eventually became Ryan’s Grandfather served in the Seabees during World War II and then returned to Alamance County where he started his family and with the support of his working wife, became the first in his family to graduate from college. Now, Ryan lives and works out of the house that his grandfather owned.

A STRONG WORK ETHIC

Ryan was taught the value of hard work and took his first job at 15 years old. He worked throughout high school as a bus boy, waiter and, later, as a customer service representative. He continued working in college, where he launched a company to help small businesses harness the power of social media. He learned that hard work pays off, which also prepared him for a career in business.

HELPING PEOPLE AND BUSINESSES SUCCEED

After earning a degree in Business and Political Science from UNC-CH, Ryan went to work at IBM, sending him to Washington DC for two years. He returned home to North Carolina when the company promoted him to Senior Strategy Consultant. He later launched a second company designed to help small businesses grow, and joined Deloitte Consulting to help companies better manage people, processes and technologies. Ryan has worked with small, medium, large and Fortune 500 businesses all over the world and in a wide range of industries including energy, retail, travel, hospitality, media and transportation.

A COMMITMENT TO SERVICE

While Ryan was instilled with a strong work ethic and drive to succeed, he was taught the necessity of giving back. The grandson of a minister & educator who served as a Navy chaplain in Korea and Vietnam and later as missionaries in Africa, Ryan learned that we have obligations to our communities and particularly those less fortunate. He served on school governance committees beginning in middle school, through high school and in college, where he was active in student government. He’s also developed leadership training seminars for multiple non-profits including Boys & Girls Club and the YMCA. His run for Congress is just another way to give back to his community and the people who have shaped his life.

Meet Ryan Watts

Ryan Watts was born and raised in North Carolina. He was educated in the North Carolina public school system from kindergarten through college. Since graduating, he has lived in North Carolina except for a two year stint in Washington D.C.

He wants to go to Washington to represent the best interests of North Carolinians – specifically the sixth district which includes Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Guilford (part), Lee, Randolph & Rockingham Counties.

SIXTH DISTRICT ROOTS

Ryan’s connections to the sixth district go back more than 100 years when his great-grandparents were living in Rockingham County. In 1930, they moved their family of nine to Alamance County for work in the textile mills. They also grew produce and raised chickens to feed the family, sell to others and give to those in need. The son who eventually became Ryan’s Grandfather served in the Seabees during World War II and then returned to Alamance County where he started his family and with the support of his working wife, became the first in his family to graduate from college. Now, Ryan lives and works out of the house that his grandfather owned.

A STRONG WORK ETHIC

Ryan was taught the value of hard work and took his first job at 15 years old. He worked throughout high school as a bus boy, waiter and, later, as a customer service representative. He continued working in college, where he launched a company to help small businesses harness the power of social media. He learned that hard work pays off, which also prepared him for a world in business.

HELPING PEOPLE AND BUSINESSES SUCCEED

After earning a degree in Business and Political Science from UNC-CH, Ryan went to work at IBM, sending him to Washington DC for two years. He returned home to North Carolina when the company promoted him to Senior Strategy Consultant. He later launched a second company designed to help small businesses grow, and joined Deloitte Consulting to help companies better manage people, processes and technologies. Ryan has worked with small, medium, large and Fortune 500 businesses all over the world and in a wide range of industries including energy, retail, travel, hospitality, media and transportation.

A COMMITMENT TO SERVICE

While Ryan was instilled with a strong work ethic and drive to succeed, he was taught the necessity of giving back. The grandson of a minister & educator who served as a Navy chaplain in Korea and Vietnam and later as missionaries in Africa, Ryan learned that we have obligations to our communities and particularly those less fortunate. He served on school governance committees beginning in middle school, through high school and in college, where he was active in student government. He’s also developed leadership training seminars for multiple non-profits including Boys & Girls Club and the YMCA. His run for Congress is just another way to give back to his community and the people who have shaped his life.

Meet Ryan Watts

Ryan Watts was born and raised in North Carolina. He was educated in the North Carolina public school system from kindergarten through college. Since graduating, he has lived in North Carolina except for a two year stint in Washington D.C.

He wants to go to Washington to represent the best interests of North Carolinians – specifically the sixth district which includes Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Guilford (part), Lee, Randolph & Rockingham Counties.

SIXTH DISTRICT ROOTS

Ryan’s connections to the sixth district go back more than 100 years when his great-grandparents were living in Rockingham County. In 1930, they moved their family of nine to Alamance County for work in the textile mills. They also grew produce and raised chickens to feed the family, sell to others and give to those in need. The son who eventually became Ryan’s Grandfather served in the Seabees during World War II and then returned to Alamance County where he started his family and with the support of his working wife, became the first in his family to graduate from college. Now, Ryan lives and works out of the house that his grandfather owned.

A STRONG WORK ETHIC

Ryan was taught the value of hard work and took his first job at 15 years old. He worked throughout high school as a bus boy, waiter and, later, as a customer service representative. He continued working in college, where he launched a company to help small businesses harness the power of social media. He learned that hard work pays off, which also prepared him for a world in business.

HELPING PEOPLE AND BUSINESSES SUCCEED

After earning a degree in Business and Political Science from UNC-CH, Ryan went to work at IBM, sending him to Washington DC for two years. He returned home to North Carolina when the company promoted him to Senior Strategy Consultant. He later launched a second company designed to help small businesses grow, and joined Deloitte Consulting to help companies better manage people, processes and technologies. Ryan has worked with small, medium, large and Fortune 500 businesses all over the world and in a wide range of industries including energy, retail, travel, hospitality, media and transportation.

A COMMITMENT TO SERVICE

While Ryan was instilled with a strong work ethic and drive to succeed, he was taught the necessity of giving back. The grandson of a minister & educator who served as a Navy chaplain in Korea and Vietnam and later as missionaries in Africa, Ryan learned that we have obligations to our communities and particularly those less fortunate. He served on school governance committees beginning in middle school, through high school and in college, where he was active in student government. He’s also developed leadership training seminars for multiple non-profits including Boys & Girls Club and the YMCA. His run for Congress is just another way to give back to his community and the people who have shaped his life.

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