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Sean O’Hare is a young, dynamic and influential speaker on the topics of pro-life, Christian apologetics, business and philanthropy. As an Entrepreneur he is founder, chief operating officer and president for multiple business ventures. At age 18, O’Hare launched his first business, the contracting company SPO Enterprises, for which he received the 2003 East Coast Collegiate Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Sean O’Hare is founder/principal of Right Energies Management, LLC. After running a sales/distribution venture in the energy space, Sean leveraged his expertise to raise capital towards a strategy to acquire several manufacturers in the lighting fixture manufacturing
industry. To date, the enterprise value of these transactions will exceed $40M, with top-line revenue greater than $75M.
Entrepreneurship is the only job description Sean has ever held. At age 18, O’Hare launched his first business, the contracting company SPO Enterprises, for which he received the 2003 East Coast Collegiate Entrepreneur of the Year Award. He also maintains a substantial ownership interest in the franchisee operations of several Firehouse Subs locations in central Virginia.
Sean has branched out into media and the non-profit space, serving as a senior advisor to Good Country Pictures and the Solidarity Foundation, while maintaining investment banking interests in New York City with Wynston Hill Capital.
O’Hare is privileged to serve on the board of the American Council of Trustees & Alumni (ACTA);
Men’s Leadership Forum; Youth Leadership Foundation. In 2007, O’Hare accepted the proposal of U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings to participate in the first ever Summit for Higher Education and in 2011 Sean was asked to advise on the Pontifical Council for Social Communication through the Vatican.
O’Hare graduated magna cum laude from Rider University in 2003, where he played Division One Soccer and received the President’s Award. Upon graduation, O’Hare also was selected to deliver the commencement address.