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Debra Dunn - Board Member, Skoll Foundation


Former Senior VP, Corporate Affairs, Hewlett Packard

In her most recent position, Dunn had leadership responsibility for HP's global citizenship efforts. These included corporate social and environmental responsibility, government and public affairs, corporate philanthropy and HP initiatives aimed at providing appropriate, technology-based services and solutions to emerging markets and underserved populations.

Previously, as Vice President of Strategy and Corporate Operations, Dunn was responsible for corporate-wide functions, including corporate strategy, corporate development, corporate communications and brand management, corporate philanthropy and government affairs.

She was elected an HP vice president in November 1999. She was named General Manager of HP's Executive Committee in 1998 and led the Agilent spin-off process as well as HP's new business creation function. She was named General Manager of HP's Video Communication Division in 1996 after assuming the roles of Marketing Manager in 1993 and Manufacturing Manager in 1992. Between 1986 and 1992, she held a wide range of development and management positions. Dunn joined HP in 1983 as an Executive Development Manager in the Corporate Training Division in Palo Alto, Calif.

She holds a bachelor's degree in comparative economics from Brown University and a master's degree in business administration from Harvard Business School.

She serves on the Board of the Skoll Foundation.

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