Washington, D.C. — The Truman Center for National Policy is honored to welcome Sanjyot P. Dunung, founder and chief executive officer of the global learning solutions developer Atma Global, as a member of its Board of Advisors.
Dunung is a renowned leader in cross-cultural learning and its impact on businesses. As an advisor to the Truman Center, she will help shape Truman’s mission to promote American leadership in human rights, prosperity, and security at home and around the world. Dunung’s expertise in the myriad ways culture influences strategy will enhance Truman’s position as a leading advocate for smart national security solutions.
“We’re so thrilled to welcome Sanjyot to our Board of Advisors,” said Jenna Ben-Yehuda, Truman’s President and CEO. “As we grow our training offerings for members and expand organizational knowledge management efforts, Sanjyot’s expertise will be invaluable to fostering a strong learning culture at Truman.”
At Atma Global, Dunung leads an award-winning provider of innovative learning content and solutions for the corporate, travel, and education markets. The firm recently launched Atma Insights, a proprietary digital streaming service for global learning. Atma’s Cultural Advisory Services provide thought leadership to global institutions and develop cost-effective solutions to improve effectiveness and profitability.
“I’m honored to join the Truman Center advocating for America’s principled leadership in an ever-changing and increasingly intertwined world,” said Dunung. “I’m passionate about Truman’s work in fostering leaders with a heightened awareness for diverse, innovative, and pragmatic ideas and solutions to the complex challenges at the intersection of foreign affairs and national security with business, local cultures, and technology.”
Dunung also works to promote equality of opportunity by working closely with global nonprofit organizations, serving on boards, and mentoring entrepreneurs. Her first activist young adult novel, Maddie & Sayara, explores the diverging paths of young girls around the world.
Dunung attended Northwestern University and the Thunderbird Global School of Management, where she serves on the Thunderbird Global Alumni Network (TGAN) Advisory Board, received the Distinguished Alumni Award, and is a Professor of Practice. She was born in India and raised in Liverpool, England and Chicago. She lives in New York with her three sons.