Bryan and Ryan Swann are identical twins. While they are very alike in a lot of ways but there are subtle differences. They are enjoying working together but are very effective apart.

The Swanns are Maryland natives, public servants, business owners, success/entrepreneur coaches, community advocates, philanthropist, and Iraqi veterans. Both Swann brothers hold senior positions within the federal government. They are also senior vice presidents in their own telecommunications and energy business. As you can see Bryan and Ryan have a wide range of interest.

They graduated from the University of Maryland and did postgraduate work at Villanova University while serving in the United States Marines Corps Reserve. Their Marine Corps unit was activated in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom II, where they both received numerous awards and citations for a job well done including the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.   At the same time their oldest brother, Henry Swann, was deployed to Iraqi with his Army Reserve unit.  See the PBS special done of their family. Additionally, Bryan received his MBA from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland and Ryan received his MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Both brothers also received a Master’s in Public Administration from Harvard Kennedy School at Harvard University.

Business

With a passion to help others, Bryan and Ryan have a growing business that can help others achieve their goals. Their business ventures in data services, financial investing, strategic marketing, technology, and consulting have flown them around the world partnering with various individuals and companies. Their latest venture is in the commercial advising space, where they are helping large, mid-size, and small businesses reduce costs and increase revenues at the same time. Check out the partner with us section.

Community Service

Community Service has always been at the core of the twins. They enjoy giving back to the community by, but not limited to, helping young people see the value of education and personal developing, participating in panel discussions on success, and teaching what they call “Life Skills 101 – 401″. Check out some of the events they have done with a few universities.

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