Craig Mundie is President of Mundie & Associates, which counsels CEO’s on strategic assets caused by rapidly-evolving information technologies. Craig retired from a 22-year career at Microsoft at the end of 2014, serving as Senior Advisor to the CEO during his last year there, before which he was Chief Research and Strategy Officer. For the last 15 years he was also Microsoft’s principal technology-policy liaison to many governments worldwide. Mundie spent his entire career involved with start-up activities spanning diverse fields including software, consumer electronics, and healthcare. He was appointed by Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama on the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee. President Obama appointed him in 2009 to the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, where he will serve until January 2017. He served on the Markle Initiative for America’s Economic Future. He is collaborating with the CEO of the Cleveland Clinic and the president of Case Western Reserve University to develop a technology strategy for their joint initiative to build a new “all-digital” medical school. Craig has also served as the Co-Executive Chairman of Bridgewater Associates since October of 2015. Mr. Mundie received his BSEE and MSICS degrees from Georgia Tech.
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