Andy Dunn co-founded menswear brand Bonobos in 2007 and served as CEO until its 2017 acquisition by Walmart. As an investor, he has backed more than eighty startups, including Warby Parker, Coinbase, Away, Glossier, Real, Parade, ID.me, Dia & Co, Alula, Blueland, SeatGeek, and Ethena. Dunn’s next venture, code named Whipped Cream, is a social media application currently in beta and aims to detoxify digital culture. He also recently finished writing a memoir with Penguin Random House which explores the intersection of entrepreneurship and mental illness.
Dunn, a graduate of Northwestern and Stanford’s MBA program, was named to Fortune’s 40 under 40 list in 2018. He serves on the boards of Monica + Andy, an organic baby apparel company founded by his sister Monica Royer, the tech social good nonprofit Raised By Us, and the Network for Executive Women. He is a native and current resident of Chicago where he lives with his wife and son.