May 22, 2024


ROLLAN ROBERTS II is an American businessman, government advisor, and 2024 Republican candidate for President of the United
States. He is married to Rebecca Lea Roberts, with whom they share one son, Rollan III (R3), due July 2, 2023, and has 2 older daughters
from a previous marriage.

Rollan grew up in the holler of Beaver, West Virginia and started his
career at the bottom working his way through college, and eventually
getting his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Liberty
University and Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) from
California InterContinental University. He has led small and large
companies and helped underserved people start businesses around the
world. He believes that entrepreneurship is the single, greatest economic
engine on earth that levels the playing field and does not discriminate.
He has extensive experience with good governance, infrastructure, foreign affairs, education, and
diplomacy. He served with former Congresspeople and Ambassadors on a U.S. Delegation to South Sudan in
2021 and 2022 where he assisted with the stabilization of the transitional to permanent government. Previously,
he has served as an advisor to national governments on matters of diplomacy, national security,
entrepreneurship, education, clean water, wastewater, and waste-to-energy infrastructure.
His mission has been to solve complex systematic and structural problems for access to clean water, business
and literacy education, and food security in Africa to accelerate the transformation of Africa’s economic,
technology, education, social welfare, and healthcare sectors. It was through these efforts that the burden and
calling for leading America 2.0 to prepare the ground for an America capable of leading the 22nd century was
birthed. The more time he spent in Africa, the more glaring were the cracks and threat to America’s global
leadership position that the current rut of vile political discourse does not address or secure for our continued
global leadership into the 22nd century.
He has written books, created entrepreneurship programs, women’s empowerment and vocational trainings, and
individual mentorship programs to empower people from all walks of life. He was nominated to the civilian
DoD Central Command Task Force in 2016, addressed China’s government on trade relations and intellectual
property theft in 2017 at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, spoke at Bloomberg’s 2017 Year Ahead
Conference in Shanghai, and worked alongside U.S. Congresspeople, Ambassadors, Special Envoys, and
foreign leaders to make the world a better and safer place for all. He was given the African diplomatic
designation of His Excellency as Peace Ambassador to Nations from the International College of Peace Studies.
And now, with the help of Almighty God, he seeks to serve every American as President of the United States.

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