Fitness coach, personal trainer, and consultant Graham Rickenbaker believes strongly in giving back to the community. He has attended numerous fundraisers in order to support worthy causes, including a star-studded haute fashion and cuisine event that raised more than $500,000 for southern Nevada's sole food bank, and the Keep Memory Alive "Power of Love" gala, an annual Las Vegas event established to help the Muhammad Ali Center and the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. In addition, the Rotary Foundation, the funding arm of Rotary International, named Graham Rickenbaker a Paul Harris Fellow in honor of his dedicated support for the organization.
Alongside his continued dedication to philanthropy, Graham Rickenbaker has committed himself to helping people at an individual level through his work as a personal trainer. Certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine, the National Council on Strength and Fitness, and the International Sports Science Association, he has been a dedicated fitness specialist since graduating from high school in 2003. His career has also included time spent as a life coach and business consultant in New York City and Las Vegas. Working directly with executives and celebrities, Graham Rickenbaker's private clients have benefitted from his wide-ranging experience with promoting mental and physical wellness.
A former Division I athlete, Graham Rickenbaker continues to enjoy playing basketball as a part of his usual workout routine; he also practiced mixed martial arts as a young adult. Born in San Francisco, he has led a globetrotting lifestyle that has included time spent living in New York and San Diego, as well as several visits to Europe. A former runway and print model, Graham Rickenbaker is presently working on several projects, including founding his own gym and writing for television.