Meet Ryan Bopp!
Pittsburgh native, Bopp attended University of Pittsburgh working as a cook, barge repairer, deck builder, landscaper and inventory auditor before his almost five years at Brunner. His talents include: being the middle child, never purchasing a college textbook, living in water (including the pool of our People & Culture Manager, Brian), performing surgery on vehicles, and playing the harmonica and clarinet!
Today, he is Brunner’s Senior Account Manager in Digital Performance Marketing.
Q: What were some of your high school hobbies?
A: Lacrosse, squash, golf, musical, tap & ballet, orchestra, and I started a yoga club.
Q: Tell us one high school fun fact.
A: My girlfriend was 6’4″.
Q: Tell us one college fun fact.
A: I never bought a textbook!
Q: What’s home life like?
A: My girlfriend and I just bought a house and adopted a dog during the shut down.
Q: What do you do on the weekends?
A: Swim in Brian’s pool, hike, kayak and drink.
Q: Where is your favorite place in the world?
Q: What is one thing you’ve crossed off your bucket list?
A: Scuba diving with sharks.
Q: What is your go-to adult beverage?
A: Crown Royal Black.
Q: Give us three words you would use to describe yourself.
A: Ridiculous, funny, YOLO.
Q: What are you passionate about?
A: Rebuilding antique cars.
Q: What is the craziest thing you have ever done?
A: Stepped foot on Cuba (before you were allowed to).
Q: What is your biggest pet peeve?
A: When people say “sooner rather than later.”
Q: Do you have an unpopular opinion?
A: Friends is horrible. Watch it without the laugh track. But [also], I believe Tupac is alive.
Q: What is your favorite movie quote?
A: “You have a new baby?
Yeah, we wanted to try something new.
Isn’t she cute?
I love her?
Lisa, do you want her?”
-Greener Grass, 2019
Q: Any other fun facts about you?
A: Mac Miller was one of my good friends in high school. And, I placed 4th in the Junior Olympics in Judo when I was 12.