Sanjyot P. Dunung is a serial entrepreneur, author, and founder of Atma Global, an innovative digital learning content company focusing on countries, cultures, business, and global topics for the corporate, education, and travel markets. The firm’s Cultural Advisory Services provides thought leadership to global institutions, including the Fortune 100 and public institutions, and advises on the impact of culture on their global strategies and operations.
She has extensive global expertise with intuitive and seasoned in-depth knowledge of the intersection of business, global affairs, culture, technology, and education.
“I’m honored to join the Truman Center Board to further the organization’s mission of providing pragmatic thought leadership on national security issues and work to develop a broader, experienced pool of foreign policy professionals who have a more comprehensive understanding of world issues. Truman is expanding the traditional focus of foreign policy to include city-state level diplomacy, leveraging our full national potential to support strong, principled American leadership on a global stage,” said Dunung.
A globally recognized thought leader, Dunung has written sixteen international business books and textbooks; has appeared in a range of global media; and speaks at conferences addressing international business, global cultures, and entrepreneurship. She works to promote equality of opportunity by working closely with global not-for-profits; serving on global boards; and mentoring entrepreneurs around the world. Her first novel, Maddie & Sayara, explores the diverging paths of young girls around the world.
Dunung serves on the Board of Advisors at the Truman Center for National Policy and has received awards, including the 2021 Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business Award. Dunung holds a BA from Northwestern University and an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management where she received the Distinguished Alumni Award. She is on the Advisory Board of the Thunderbird Global Alumni Network (TGAN) and is a Professor of Practice at the university. Dunung was born in India, raised in the UK and USA, and currently lives in New York City with her three sons.