Craig Dunn

Craig is a Professor at Western Washington University as well as Associate Dean for Graduate Education. Craig specializes in business and society issues and his research interests include managerial ethics and values, corporate social responsibility, corporate governance, the meaning of work, and social entrepreneurship. Professor Dunn also teaches several courses including Environmental Management, Managerial Foundations, and Business Ethics. 


He is active in the International Association for Business and Society (IABS), serving as past president, as well as the Social Issues in Management division of the Academy of Management (AofM). Additionally, Craig is executive director for the Corporate Governance Institute, a venture of the San Diego State University College of Business Administration founded in collaboration with the Corporate Directors Forum (CDF), and former ethics trainer for the City of San Diego Ethics Commission.


He has recently served on the board of directors of Mission Federal Credit Union and the Greater Golden Hill Community Development Corporation in San Diego, California, as well as on the board of the Corporate Governance Institute, the Green Restaurant Association, and the Ethics Advisory Panel for the Institute for Local Government, the research arm of the League of California Cities.


Professor Dunn has also taught at Western Washington University, Rice University, Indiana University, and California State University, Bakersfield. 


Craig lives in Bellingham, WA. 


Ph.D., Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 

MBA, California State University, Bakersfield, CA

BA, Marketing/Finance, California State University, Long Beach, CA