Co-Founder, Stanford University FEED Collaborative
Participated in: 2018 Responsible Success and Disruptive Quality Programs
Debra Dunn is a faculty member at Stanford University's d.school where she co-founded the FEED (Food Entrepreneurship, Education and Design) Collaborative, a partnership between the d.school and the School of Earth that cultivates radical innovation in the food system through human centered design, project-based, experiential learning and social entrepreneurship.
She also works as an advisor to social ventures around the world. Previously Debra was a business executive at Hewlett Packard where the common threads in her broad, 22-year career were driving large scale change, creating new businesses and producing positive social impact, and good business results concurrently.
She serves on the Boards of the Skoll Foundation and B Lab, and on the global advisory board of the African Leadership University. She is dedicated to food system transformation, social entrepreneurship, and sustainable business.