Ryan Kulik spent most of his childhood in Missouri before later moving to Loveland, Ohio. His parents worked in different fields: his dad at a company that supplied items for the military and his mom at a non-profit. However, both of them interacted with the government in different ways. This caught Ryan’s attention even at a young age.
When his dad’s company needed something from the government, they usually had no problem getting the requests approved. But when his mom needed the government’s assistance, it was much harder and didn’t always come through.
Young Ryan knew something wasn’t right and he vowed from that moment on to fight for those who needed help. Ryan entered the political arena early in 1992 and started making connections. He moved around a lot but centered a lot of his work in Washington DC. There he worked to advocate for groups that needed help getting the government’s help.
Later on Ryan settled down in Loveland, Ohio with his wife. Though he moved farther away from Washington DC, he still stayed connected to politics at the local level. Here, he still maintains connections to the right people and also helps give a voice to those who don’t have one.
Ryan is working on other projects as well. He hopes to develop a more family friendly option in downtown Loveland (possibly a retro arcade). He is also helping a community media group called the Eye on Loveland to help bring balanced news and information to the Loveland area.
You can find more information at eyeonloveland.com or listen to the podcast “Eye on Loveland” anywhere you prefer to listen to podcasts. You can also follow his pop-culture podcast called “Seed Sing” at seedsing.com.