Andrew Dunckelman leads the economic opportunity team at Google.org, Google's philanthropy. There he heads up Google.org’s $50M Work Initiative, a two-year initiative to understand the forces that are changing the nature of work and to invest in nonprofits helping people to adjust to those changes. Previously, he led Google’s grantmaking in its international markets. Prior to Google, Andrew worked at The Bridgespan Group in Boston, a strategy consultancy for the social sector spun out of Bain & Company. Andrew received a bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa; an MPA in nonprofit management from Indiana University, where he serves on the Distinguished Alumni Council; and an MBA, with distinction, from Harvard Business School.
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