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Anderson & Tyner exists to help individual non-profit leaders improve their ethical decision making and improve the culture for ethics and leadership at their institutions.




Harvard University, Divinity School, MTS
University of Dayton, School of Law, JD
Michigan State University, MA
Iowa Wesleyan College, BA

Thomas W. Anderson

Tom has 50 years of experience in higher education serving educational institutions as a dean, professor, vice president, trustee, and consultant. He held an appointment as an Adjunct Professor of Design and Innovation from 1999-2015 at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), where he taught Social Ethics to doctoral students. Earlier in his career, he was Adjunct Professor of Political Science at CWRU, teaching courses in Individual Rights and Civil Liberties.

For over a decade, Tom provided the leadership of nonprofit institutions with strategic consulting services on behalf of Marts & Lundy, an international consulting firm. Prior to joining Marts & Lundy, Tom served as Vice President for Institute Relations at the California Institute of Technology. Before going to Caltech, he was Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations at Case Western Reserve University. Tom’s early professional experience included serving as Dean of Student Affairs at CWRU and holding student affairs positions at the University of Dayton, Albion College, and Iowa Wesleyan College. In 2010 he served as Interim Deputy Director of the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Tom is a member of the Dean’s Council and the Campaign Advisory Committee at the Harvard Divinity School.  He is an Honorary Trustee at Iowa Wesleyan College where he served three terms as an active Trustee.  He has also served as a member of the Chapter (governing board) of the Washington National Cathedral, a Trustee of the Seabury Western Theological Seminary, and a member of the Dean’s Council at the University of Dayton, School of Law.

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