amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research

T. Ryan Greenawalt


Joined the amfAR board in February 2011. Serves on the audit, board development, communications/social media/marketing, fund development, and investment committees. Active in politics and philanthropy, supporting education, and AIDS and LGBT rights organizations. Founder of amfAR’s generationCURE, a committee of young people dedicated to helping amfAR accelerate its search for a cure.

Mr. Greenawalt is managing director at Ramirez & Co., Inc., a major global securities and investment banking group. He is also president and founder of Harrison Street Productions, a film production company.

A graduate of the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business, Mr. Greenawalt is a founding member of the university’s Young Alumni Endowed Scholarship Fund, established in 2006. He worked closely with Colorado’s first Secretary of Technology, Marc Holtzman, as a member of his communications team and was a consultant for Alliance for Choice in Education, a Colorado nonprofit providing educational choice to low-income families. Mr. Greenawalt served on the board of a national LGBT rights organization and chaired its New York State PAC during the marriage equality fight, where he advocated for change and acceptance within the GOP.

In 2013, he received the Ammi Hyde Award for Recent Graduate Achievement at the University of Denver Founder’s Day Gala.

Managing Director, Ramirez & Co., Inc.; President, Harrison Street Productions. He lives in Los Angeles.