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Andy Nunemaker

About Andy Nunemaker

Dynamis CEO Andy Nunemaker stops by the show today. Andy holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and is the former CEO of GE Australia, New Zealand & Southeast Asia. He was the CEO of EMS Systems before a successful exit, and most recently founded Dynamis in 2014. He is very active in the community, helping out on the entrepreneurial scene and as well as serving as the Chairman of the Milwaukee Symphony.

Topics Covered
  • The transition to a scrappy Milwaukee start-up after being an exec at GE
  • What makes a great entrepreneur & leader
  • The importance of community involvement & giving back
  • The advantages for entrepreneurs in Milwaukee
  • And so much more!

Andy Nunemaker is the CEO of Dynamis Corporation, a provider of sales software in the healthcare insurance industry. Prior to co-founding Dynamis, Andy served as President of Intermedix EMSystems and CEO of EMSystems (Intermedix acquired EMSystems in 2010). Andy also held a number of executive roles with GE Healthcare including CEO of GE Healthcare for Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia. Andy holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from Valparaiso University, a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech and an MBA from Harvard, where he served as student body president.

Andy serves on the Board of Directors for Valparaiso University, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, the University Club and the Wisconsin Center District. He teaches in the MBA program at Marquette University as a part-time faculty member in the Entrepreneurship program and is a member of the Golden Angel Investors. He is past-president of the Entrepreneur’s Organization of Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Forum, the Historic Water Tower Neighborhood Association and the Harvard Business School Club of Wisconsin.

Andy was awarded the “40 Under 40 Award” by the Milwaukee Business Journal in 2006 recognizing his outstanding professional and charitable achievements. He received the Small Business Times Bravo Award for Entrepreneurialism in 2006. Andy was a finalist for the 2008 and 2009 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, recognizing his entrepreneurial and business accomplishments, and he was named Milwaukee’s Fittest Executive by the Biz Times and Wisconsin Athletic Club in 2009. Andy was also awarded the Young Alumnus of the Year by Valparaiso University and the Friend of the College of Business Administration by Marquette University.

Source: Xconomy