Atul Tandon

Empowering change. Cutting edge thinking. Strategic vision. Building robust organizations. Accelerating impact.

Atul’s expertise is far reaching. He is a well-seasoned leader in the areas of consumer banking, e-commerce, community organizations, several civil society organizations, and international humanitarian relief and development organizations.

Atul is an experienced global entrepreneur, non-profit leader, strategic advisor, humanitarian, and published author. His 30-plus year track record of designing, building, and scaling some of the world’s largest for-profit and non-profit organizations and networks influenced the landscape of a number of sectors.

Atul was born, raised, and educated in India. He started his work life as an entrepreneur setting up a financial services company in Chennai, India. He has served with the global leadership teams of Citibank, World Vison, and United Way. Atul was a founding member of both Bono’s ONE campaign, and World Vision’s highly successful HOPE initiative.

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An expert in accelerating social enterprises worldwide, Atul has written a host of articles featured in leading Philanthropy 400 publications. His insights into both the non-profit and for-profit sectors are well respected and cover a variety of topics including resource development, CEO coaching, and fundraising strategy.

Rowing Together: How to build teams that work! » Outcomes Magazine, November 2015

Social Enterprise vs. Non-Profits: Is There Really A Difference? » Forbes, January 2015

Millennials: A Force Non-Profit Leaders Cannot Ignore » Huffington Post, October 2014

Boards That Excel » Rescue Magazine, July/August 2014

Mobile Giving: The Next Revolution », January 2013

“What’s Driving Your Fundraising?” », June 2013

“America’s ‘Melting Pot’ Is Boiling Over » Huffington Post, March 2013

Multi-site Nonprofits » The Non Profit Times, November 2011

Star Power Helps Garner More Haiti Donations » NBC Philadelphia, January 2010

An Exercise in Transformation », August 2007