About Evan Loring

Evan Loring
Evan Loring playing with his nephew.

Information technology (IT) industry professional Evan Loring earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and an MBA from the University of New Hampshire (UNH). An accomplished student-athlete, he received induction to the National Football Foundation Honor Society and garnered three Academic All-Colonial Athletic Association selections. After completing his undergraduate studies, he coached the UNH wide receivers during a season when the Wildcats football team averaged 35.6 points per game. Evan Loring has also served as a wide receivers coach at Harvard University, where he oversaw the athletic and academic performance of 11 players and coached several receivers selected for All-Ivy League honors.

In his position as a senior manager at the Pembroke, Massachusetts, company MSDI, Evan Loring assists major enterprise corporations with the administration of their annual IT budgets. Along with evaluating clients’ support and maintenance expenses, he assesses all offerings made by technology manufacturers. Mr. Loring also handles sales and helps enterprise companies procure new solutions for cloud computing, virtualization, disaster recovery, and other IT functions. By his second year with MSDI, he generated growth in excess of 500 percent for the company’s business units.

Beyond his professional pursuits, Evan Loring writes screenplays and has completed three scripts that explore the romantic and comedic aspects of adolescent life. He enjoys spending his free time participating in basketball and football games, playing cribbage, and listening to such bands as Pearl Jam and Cold War Kids.

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