Raymond Charles Ewing (born September 7, 1936 Cleveland, Ohio) was an American Career Foreign Service Officer who served as the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Cyprus (1981-1984) and Ghana (1989-1992).
When Ewing was seven, he and his family moved first to Berkeley, California and then Santa Cruz, California. He went on to graduate from Occidental College, class of 1957, as a history major. He entered the Foreign Service shortly after his 21st birthday. He would later earn a MPA from Harvard University.