Adam Greenberger ’93
Adam Charles Greenberger is a successful investor, manager and entrepreneur. Earlier this year Adam co-founding Ghana’s first dedicated private equity firm, Afina Capital Partners. Prior to this, Adam founded domestic lower middle market private equity investment firm, Albright Capital Partners in 2003. The firm did corporate finance advisory work and progressed to buyouts for its own account in 2006. Adam currently is a director of Centerstone Linen Services, an Atlanta based provider of linen services to the healthcare industry as well as on the board of 18 Rabbits, a leading organic foods company in San Francisco. Prior to Albright, Adam worked at Deutsche Bank Securities in corporate finance as a member of the Industrials Group, working on a number of LBO’s and cross border assignments.
Before working at Deutsche Bank, Adam spent 7 years working for legendary investor Jack Dreyfus at his Dreyfus Health Foundation. While there, Adam hired, built, evaluated, and worked with local coordinating teams as well as with senior government officials and UN agencies to create multi-sectored development projects in 16 countries in Africa and 4 in Asia. He also led a team in creating a sustainable health information network in partnership with IBM covering 9 of Africa’s poorest countries.
Adam got his BA from Middlebury College in 1993 and his MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School in 1999.
Adam splits his time between New York City, where he is also the owner of the con temporary gallery, Charles Bank Gallery, and Accra, Ghana.