Ryan delivers a cohesive management experience for Clay Lacy clients by integrating thoughtful customer service and data-driven decision making. Clients rely on his broad background to help make the best possible decisions in their aircraft’s management. Previously, he led Part 91/135/121 scheduling and charter departments, optimized high-spend aircraft acquisition plans, and managed flight department accounts with domestic and international operations for both business jets and airliners. Ryan joined Clay Lacy from a global aircraft fuel provider where he managed its largest U.S. territory with revenues exceeding $380 million annually. He earned a B.S. in business administration from California Baptist University.