Entrepreneur and philanthropist Bryan Wells is the Co-founder of Professionals Under 40 Network. The Virginia Beach native holds his Bachelors in Business Administration Marketing, which he received from Campbellsville University, where he was a three time national wrestling qualifier and a Mid South Conference Champion.
Mr Wells is the owner of Express Transportation , LLC , a private multi division transport company that provides ambulatory and wheelchair transport in the Hampton Roads area. He began his philanthropic journey in 2014 by helping organize the fundraiser United Hope: Typhoon Haiyan, that provided disaster relief to the Philippines. That initiative was closely followed by Mr Wells’ efforts in hosting Montero Medical Missions in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, providing free dental care to over 500 people.
Through His most recent endeavor; Professionals Under 40 Network, Bryan Wells is expanding and realizing his dream of becoming a worldwide philanthropist and social entrepreneur. He aims to touch the lives of those in less than fortunate situations, and to help improve standards of living throughout the world. Through mentorship and motivation, Bryan Wells maintains a commitment to provide mentorship and motivation to communities on a global scale.
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