2020 Thirty Under 30: Ryan Snitzer

Ryan is a leader and innovator that inspires those around him. As a member of the Theta Kappa chapter at Baylor University, he served as a rush chair, historian, and archon. He graduated in May 2018 and spent time after that running his business, Campus Crates, which he started in 2016 with a fraternity brother. He is most proud of his legacy of this business and that he was able to take it to the next level by partnering with The UPS Store, selling equity to new business partners to scale to other schools, and becoming the exclusive storage and ship to school vendor for Baylor University. His business gives back financially to Baylor University Campus Living & Learning for the development of student programs and seeks to give other students similar entrepreneurial internship experiences. In September 2018, he started working at Ernst & Young for their M&A consulting group. When he is not working, he is heavily involved at his home church creating new initiatives to increase young adult participation, including coaching a co-ed recreational softball team and leading a fellowship group, Bible & a Brew. He has also recently served as an elder in his church and volunteers to support Camp Gilmont, a church camp in East Texas. For Pi Kappa Phi, he has recently started as Theta Kappa’s financial advisor. He believes being a Pi Kappa Phi brother means striving to do the best in all that you do and working daily towards being a well-rounded individual that pursues spiritual, academic, financial, social, and career growth.