Ryan Hagan’s post-Saint John’s University life reads like a study in Benedictine influence.
Hagan, an accounting and business management major, is managing partner of Altruic Advisors, an accounting firm with the unique mission of working exclusively with nonprofit organizations. Altruic has seven offices in Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota and Washington, D.C., dedicated to the motto “Helping nonprofits create good.”
Hagan also serves on the board of the nonprofit he founded in honor of one of his college mentors, S. Dolores Schuh, CHM, his supervisor at the former Institute for Cultural and Ecumenical Research. When his funds ran short, she gave him an interest-free loan that allowed him to stay at SJU and graduate on time. The Dolores Fund provides homes and a support network to single-parent families with children who are homeless or in an unstable living situation.
He's left his mark on the soccer pitch, too. While at his first post-college position with the Christian Appalachian Project in Kentucky, Hagan started the Floyd County Youth Soccer program, which now includes more than 1,000 kids in eight counties.