Frank Ramirez is co-founder of Ice Energy and a respected entrepreneur with demonstrated skills in commercializing complexity premiums in changing markets, building execution teams, and raising capital. He founded and managed a Calpine Energy funded start-up that developed innovative inside-the-fence energy solutions for mission critical facilities, and he founded and directed Structured Capital Management, a northern California boutique investment bank specializing in complex asset securitizations.
Mr. Ramirez is a former principal of Alex Brown and Sons, and a former managing director of Bear, Stearns, and Co. He began his career as a staff attorney for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C.
Mr. Ramirez serves as vice president of Scoutreach for the Western Region Board of the Boy Scouts of America, and as a trustee of the Longs Peak Scout Council Board. He has been a board member of The Children’s Hospital of Colorado, a trustee of the Stanford University Graduate School of Business Trust, a member of the Executive Committee of the Pacific Skyline Council of the Boy Scouts of America, a member of the Advisory Board of the Stanford Center for Chicano Research, and board member of the Colorado Outward Bound School.
Mr. Ramirez received a bachelor of arts degree in economics from Stanford University; a juris doctor degree from Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley; and an MBA from Stanford University.
2008 National Hispanic Initiatives Committee
Ralph de la Vega, Chairman
Tico Perez, BSA National Commissioner
Ernest W. Bromley
Mario M. Carrera
Sen. Mel Martinez
Most Rev. James A. Tamayo, D.D.
National Hispanic Initiatives Division
Marcos A. Nava, Director
Maria Dahl-Smith, Associate Director