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Andy Nunemaker is a legendary Milwaukee businessman, philanthropist and community leader. Andy started his career in the corporate world, working for SBC before attending Harvard Business School and GE, where he rose to become the CEO of GE Healthcare for Australia before shifting gears and helping found two companies, EM Systems in 2010 and Dynamis in 2014, both of which grew rapidly and were sold to larger strategic competitors.
Mike and Andy met each other through the Young President’s Organization, also known as YPO, where Andy’s had many leadership positions during his tenure. He’s currently the Chairman of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra board where he’s leading the development of the Symphony’s new home at the Warner Grand Theatre,
a $140 million project that is transforming West Wisconsin Avenue.
Mike and Andy go in all kinds of directions, notably touching on Andy’s leadership growth and style, how he used his experience founding the Sigma Chi fraternity at Valparaiso University to score his opportunity with Southern Bell Corp, being chosen as Milwaukee’s fittest executive, his involvement in angel investing, and much more.
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