ABOUT DILIP TUNKI

Dilip Tunki migrated to the United States of America in 1991 after completing a bachelor’s in civil engineering to fulfill the dream of getting a master’s degree from one of the universities. After graduating in 1993 from Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas with a master’s in environmental engineering, he worked as an environmental engineer in Lafayette and Lake Charles, Louisiana through 1997. Subsequently, he moved to Houston, Texas for a year working as project engineer for a landfill design and construction firm. During his tenure in the environmental engineering field, he interacted with various state environmental agencies and with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in providing risk analysis and assessment for petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated sites. Also, he was involved in contaminated soil treatment, design of air pollution equipment and wastewater treatment plant.

In 1998 Tunki moved to Jacksonville, Florida after taking a management role for an Information Technology staff augmentation company and in 2000 relocated to what is now Johns Creek, Georgia and since then he has been an involved resident of Johns Creek.
Mr. Tunki has been in the management role for over twenty years overseeing operations and finance. During this tenure, he also pursued a degree in Master of Business Administration with a major in Finance from Georgia State University in 2008. He is also a real estate investor with in-depth experience in real estate investment analysis. With the management degree and working in the staffing industry for over twenty years, he gained valuable experience in all aspects of business management, accounting, financial planning and analysis and strategic business development. More importantly, the executive leadership role helped him in decision-making based on a combination of strong strategic, analytical and people skills.
As an outdoor and adventurous person Dilip completed several big hikes, summited Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa, base camp of Mount Everest in Nepal, summited Mount Elbert in Colorado and hiked the Grand Canyon rim-to-rim. He plays recreational tennis and has competed in a few half marathons.