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Austin Mock is an Analyst for American Philanthropic and works out of the Phoenix, Arizona office. He graduated from Hillsdale College with a B.A. in political philosophy and a minor in Spanish.
The bulk of Austin’s professional experience comes from his time at a management consulting company in Indianapolis, IN and a cybersecurity consulting firm in Arlington, VA. In both capacities he helped clients improve their performance by writing, researching, and developing content for their strategic leadership teams. He has also worked with International Justice Mission, a global NGO fighting modern slavery, as well as the Office of U.S. Senator Mike Braun (IN)
A lifelong Hoosier, Austin grew up in Indiana playing violin, golf, and basketball. He now enjoys learning new things like classical guitar, weightlifting, and the kinds of plants that could possibly grow in Arizona.
What does our world look like if the charitable sector is torn between embodied reality and virtual reality? Might nonprofits be uniquely positioned to be enduring champions of physical reality in this “meta-moment”?