Nick Dunn, US Army
Nick is a 2008 graduate of the United States Military Academy where he majored in Mechanical Engineering. After college, he commissioned as an Army Aviation Officer and completed rotary wing flight school in FT Rucker, Alabama. Nick deployed multiple times as an AH-64 Attack Helicopter Pilot and most recently served as a Company Commander in Washington state. At Sloan, Nick is a Leaders for Global Operations fellow and is also pursuing a Master of Science in Aeronautics and Astronautics from the MIT School of Engineering.
Tony Hatala, USMC
Tony graduated from Brown University in 2004 with an ScB in Neuroscience. After college he was commissioned as an officer in the United States Marine Corps and attended flight school in Pensacola, FL. Following flight training, Tony flew multiple aircraft including the AV-8B “Harrier” and the Gulfstream 550. At Sloan, Tony is focusing his studies on Entrepreneurship and Analytics. He is pursuing a concurrent MPA at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Andy Scott, US Army
Andy Scott began his career in the U.S. Army as an engineer officer. As a second lieutenant, he led a platoon in ground combat operations in Anbar Province during the first year of Operation Iraqi Freedom. In 2005, Andy enrolled in law school under the Army’s funded legal education program, and upon graduation in 2008, he transitioned to the Army Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps. As a JAG attorney, Andy tried dozens of criminal cases in military court as a defense counsel and represented hundreds of soldiers in adverse administrative proceedings. He also served as the chief of criminal law for the Army’s 10th Mountain Division. Immediately prior to entering the Sloan MBA Class of 2018, Andy served as the deputy staff judge advocate (chief of staff) for the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate at Fort Drum, New York. In his spare time, Andy enjoys creative writing, running, skiing, and hanging out with his dog, Pike. Andy holds degrees from the United States Military Academy, William & Mary Law School, and the Judge Advocate General’s School. He currently serves as a major in the Army Reserve.