Ramanan is the managing partner and co-founder of Amasia, a thesis-driven, global venture capital firm currently focused on sustainability and climate. He began his career at General Atlantic, was an early partner at Insight Partners, went on to co-manage TH Lee Putnam Ventures and then co-founded Kubera Partners. He serves as a Trustee of the University of Pennsylvania; on the Board of Advisors of the School of Arts and Sciences at Penn; as Chair of the Governing Council of Penn's Institute for the Advanced Study of India; and as the Global Coordinator of the Penn Alumni Interview Program. He also serves on the Advisory Council of the Natural Capital Project at Stanford University. He has been the seed funder and board member of several NGOs over the years and remains closely associated with Magic Bus, an NGO that works with 500,000 at-risk children in South Asia. He has a B.S.E. in Computer Science and Engineering, a B.S. in Economics, and a Master of Liberal Arts, all from Penn; and is enrolled in the Master of Liberal Arts program at Stanford.