Wendell Earl Dunn III Edit Profile
Bachelor, Johns Hopkins University, 1966. Master of Business Administration, University Southern California, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy, University Michigan, 1981.
Assistant to director personnel Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1967-1968. Pilot project manager Chlorine Technology Ltd., Sydney, Australia, 1968-1971. Securities analyst Alex Brown & Sons, Baltimore, 1973-1974.
Lecturer business administration University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1977-1980. Assistant professor business administration College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1980-1981. Principal W.E. Dunn & Associates, Philadelphia, 1981-1991.
Associate director Sol C. Snider Entrepreneurial Center, 1991-1994, academy director, 1995-1996. Professor business administration Colgate Darden Graduate School Business Administration, University Virginia, Charlottesville, since 1996, executive director Batten Center Entrepreneurial Leadership, since 1996. Legislation assistant Sen.
Paul W. Fannin, 1974. Senior lecturer management Wharton School University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1981-1982, lecturer, 1984-1988, adjunct associate professor, 1989-1993, adjunct professor management, 1993-1996, advisory board Sol C. Snider Entrepreneurial Center, course head Entrepreneurship and New Venture Initiation, 1986-1992, faculty Wharton Executive Master of Business Administration Program, 1988-1996, entrepreneurship curriculum coordinator, 1991-1994, academy director entrepreneurship programs, 1993-1996. Faculty Aresty Institute Executive Education, 1990-1996.
Adjunct assistant professor fine and performing arts management Columbia University, New York City, 1983-1984. Adjunct associate professor emergency medicine The George Washington University, Washington, 1994-1996. Member planning committee United States Department Commerce National Innovation Workshops, New Jersey, 1986, leader, New York City, 1987.
Special advisor Hopkins/Nanjing program School Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, 1987-1989. Management consultant, executive education American Telephone & Telegraph Company, DuPont, General Motors, International Business Machines Corporation, Steel Service Center Institute, Digital Equipment, SmithKline Beecham Beecham, Allmänna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget Brown Boveri. Guest lecturer Institute Railway Engineers and Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1992.
Judge Moot Corporation International Business Plan Competition, Austin, Texas, 1993. Keynote speaker Texas Entrepreneurial Forum, Austin, 1993. Investment advisory committee Benjamin Franklin Technology Center Southeastern Pennsylvania, 1993-1994.
Compensated spokesman American Telephone & Telegraph Company 800-line Service media tour, 1993. Board directors, executive committee University Virginia Patent Foundation, since 1997. Advisory board Virginia Gateway, since 1998.
Active Lutheran Student Foundation, Ann Arbor, 1978-1980. Trustee International Peace Policy research Institute, 1989-1994. Founding trustee Consortium for Master of Business Administration Enterprise Corps, 1991-1993, member executive committee, 1992-1993.
Consultant Business Volunteers for Arts, Philadelphia, 1982-1983. Active Lutheran Retirement Homes, Philadelphia, 1983-1984. Member Haddonfield (New Jersey) Ambulance Association, 1990-1996, Express Mail Service squad co-captain, 1992.
Member task force on Express Mail Service response Camden County New Jersey Ambulance Association, 1993-1995. Member Academy Management, American Society Inventors (life, board directors 1984-1987, president 1985-1986), United States Distance Learning Association, Association University Technology Managers, Licensing Executives Society United States and Canada, Corinthian Yacht Club Philadelphia, Greencroft Club, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi.
Married Kathleen Ann Riley, March 29, 1981;1 child, Elissa Brooks. 1 child, Elissa Brooks.