I don't have a fully up to date resume at the moment, though I look forward to that exercise when the time is right. In the meantime, here's a compilation of bios:
Andrew is a student and teacher at the intersection of human development and innovation. See more details at www.andrewmurraydunn.com
He has spent nearly a decade of supporting tech startups and business leaders in centering ethics and wisdom in their product, organization, and personal lives.
Andrew holds 10+ years of early stage startup operations experience, most notably in stewarding Siempo: a pioneering Public Benefit Corporation that developed an award-winning, open source, humane smartphone interface. He served as a key node in the early humane technology space through writing (avrahome.substack.com), speaking, and initiating the Digital Wellness Collective industry trade association. Andrew has also advised, coached, and invested in startups and nonprofits in this and adjacent spaces working to create the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible.
He has contributed to entrepreneurship education reform through speaking at Wharton Business School and Transformative Technology Academy; impact investing through convening circles of investors thinking differently about capital at Nexus, Family Office Association, Keep Families Giving and Strategic Impact Cohort; and politics through volunteering with One Nation Party USA (now Independent National Union): a new American political party focused on systems change where he led the activation of Azure: the organization's land-based HQ community in New Mexico, and Civilization Redesign: a distributed policy research network.
Andrew started his career working in operations roles for early stage startups in hospitality, fin-tech, and logistics, most notably at Flexport ($10b+) where he was an early employee who activated and led the training, learning and development side of the org.
He studied Entrepreneurship and Operations & Information Management at UPenn/Wharton, Marketing at TechStarts Startup Institute, Eco-Theology and Decolonization at Sequoia Samanvaya, and Leadership and Awakening at Luminous Awareness Institute.
The last resume I saved in spring 2017: