Isaac Ewell is a gifted relationship builder and master connector, who has utilized his skills to establish himself as an innovative social entrepreneur. As a visionary leader, he has figured out how to merge a diverse cross-section of industries to impact social change.
A graduate of Morehouse College (B.A., History) and Harvard University (Masters in Education), Isaac has taught high school history, worked as a designer for EdTech, been a corporate trainer and co-founded several networking/promotions companies and an independent record label. From 2004 to 2012 Isaac worked for the Black Alliance for Educational Options, where he managed a multi-million dollar grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation that facilitated the creation of approximately 10 high quality schools in low-income communities across the country. Two years ago Isaac left the safety of a full-time job to work launch his own company, Onehunted.
Onehunted creates online and in-person experiences that forge authentic connections between good people and good products/brands. Through live events, fresh editorial content, and ecommerce platforms, Onehunted empowers consumers to look good, do good, and feel good. From parties at the Barnes Foundation to online holiday gift guides to a new web app that utilizes crowdsourcing and geo-location software to allow peer-to-peer e-commerce transactions between like-minded men, with discriminating taste to buy and sell gently used clothes; Onehunted is making style and substance synonymous.
In addition to being the CEO of Onehunted, Isaac proudly serves on the boards of Boys Latin Charter School of Philadelphia, Wissahickon Charter School, Jill Scott’s Blues Babe Foundation and Big Picture Learning. Despite his many accomplishments, Isaac is most proud of his role as a dedicated husband and father.