Following three combat deployments to Afghanistan, he worked as a finance analyst at Goldman Sachs before beginning a career with Restaurant Brands International.
At RBI, Wyatt worked in several roles, culminating in running a division for the company. Capitalizing on his experience, he later co-founded MBN Brands and began acquiring various retail concepts across the country.
Currently, he owns over 150 fast food restaurants between Burger King, KFC, and Jimmy John’s.
He has a B.S. in economics from West Point where he lettered in football and an M.B.A from Columbia Business School.