This is our time.

Take back control of our lives and our financial future.

Why we exist.

It’s no secret the current financial system has failed at keeping wealth in the Black and Latino community. Our communities suffer from a lack of wealth, money circulation in the Black community, and generational transfer. That is why we created a new Black owned institution. A mobile platform inspired by the early 1900’s Greenwood District, where recirculation of Black wealth occurred all day, every day, and where Black businesses thrived. Today’s Greenwood is a Black owned system developed by us, for us. This is our time. Join us now.

Greenwood is not a bank. Banking services provided by Coastal Community Bank, Member FDIC.

Greenwood’s Founding


Amb. Andrew Young

Co-Founder & Board Member
As an activist, Atlanta Mayor and US Congressman, groundbreaking ambassador, social entrepreneur, and adviser to presidents Ambassador Young helped negotiate the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Today he supports sustainable economic development, expands educational opportunities and alleviates hunger and poverty throughout the world.

Michael "Killer Mike" Render

Activist, rapper, businessman, actor and songwriter, Michael Render, also known as Killer Mike, founded Grind Time Official Records and started this movement that encourages African American families, businesses and allies to utilize Black-owned institutions.

Ryan Glover

Founder & Chairman
Ryan Glover has more than 20 years of experience delivering products focused on the African American community. In 2011, he started Bounce TV, the first African American nationwide broadcast network. He also founded Noontime Records, a label responsible for more than a dozen Billboard No. 1 hits.

Board and
Management Team


Ryan Glover

Co-founder & Chairman

Dr. Paul Judge

Co-founder & BOARD MEMBER

Mike McCloskey

Chief Financial Officer

Rachel Hamilton

Chief Marketing Officer

James Gaythwaite

Chief Technology Officer

Tamika Oliver

VP of Compliance & Risk

Donald Hawkins

Vice President

Michal Allen

Director of Program Operations

Chidiebere Kalu

Director of Product
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Tiffany Browne

Lead Customer Service, Operations

Greenwood Gives Back

We are proud to highlight the remarkable work of five nonprofit organizations that are making a significant difference in promoting equality, education, and cultural preservation. Each of these organizations is dedicated to uplifting individuals and communities by addressing pressing social issues and fostering a more inclusive and equitable world.

  1. The Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is a non-profit professional organization that was established in 1926. The GCC offer resources to all women and minority-led businesses in Tulsa, particularly The Greenwood Business District in Tulsa North. Resources include, but are not limited, to workshops, financial management, networking activities, business incubator program, secretarial assistance, technical assistance, professional mentoring as well as securing grants for businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, Inc. helps entrepreneurs overcome class, social, academic, and cultural barriers in the modern business world. The Greenwood Chamber will continue to advocate for underserved businesses.
  2. The King Center: Established by Coretta Scott King in memory of her husband Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., The King Center aims to promote nonviolent social change and preserve the legacy of the civil rights leader. By offering educational resources, community programs, and public events, The King Center helps keep Dr. King’s vision of a more equitable and just world alive for future generations.
  3. NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People): As one of the most influential civil rights organizations in the United States, the NAACP has been a tireless advocate for racial equality and justice since its founding in 1909. Through various initiatives such as policy advocacy, legal defense, and grassroots activism, the NAACP works to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure equal opportunities for all.
  4. UNCF (United Negro College Fund): For more than seven decades, the UNCF has played a pivotal role in providing scholarships, financial support, and advocacy for historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). By investing in the education of minority students, UNCF is empowering the next generation of leaders and making a lasting impact on the African American community.
  5. Goodr: Goodr is a trailblazing nonprofit organization that focuses on combating food waste and hunger in America. By leveraging technology, Goodr connects businesses with surplus food to local non-profit organizations that can redistribute it to those in need. This innovative approach not only helps alleviate hunger but also contributes to a more sustainable environment by reducing waste.

A new beginning.

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