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About The Author

Andreas Widmer is the Director of Entrepreneurship Programs at the Catholic University of America. He is the author of The Pope & The CEO: Pope John Paul II’s Lessons to a Young Swiss Guard, a book exploring leadership lessons that Widmer learned serving as a Swiss Guard protecting Pope John Paul II and refined during his career as a successful business executive. He’s a regular speaker on leadership, ethics, and vocation at major corporations, international conferences, executive retreats, and universities.

He works closely with top entrepreneurs, investors, and faith leaders around the world to foster enterprise solutions to poverty and promote virtuous business practices. He has developed entrepreneurial initiatives at the intersection of business and faith such as the Catholic Mental Models Project, a research effort through his social science research firm GSPEL LLC.

Andreas is a Research Fellow in Entrepreneurship at the Acton Institute and an advisor to the ZermattĀ  Summit, an annual business leadership event that strives to humanize globalization. He also serves as an advisor to Transforming Business, a research and development project at the University of Cambridge. He currently serves on the advisory boards of the Templeton Foundation, Spring Hill Equity Partners, the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurship at Notre Dame, and Catholics Come Home. He is on the board of directors at the World Youth Alliance, a global coalition of young people committed to promoting the dignity of the person and building solidarity among youth from developed and developing nations. He was appointed by the Center for Interfaith Action on Global Poverty as a member of the Task Force to Advance Multireligious Collaboration on Faith, Health and Development, which presented its findings at the White House.

Andreas is a seasoned business executive with experience in high-tech, international strategy consulting and economic development. He advises The Carpenter’s Fund. He co-founded the SEVEN Fund, a philanthropic organization run by entrepreneurs who invested in original research, books, films, and websites to further enterprise solutions to poverty. Andreas and his business partner Michael Fairbanks initiated the Pioneers of Prosperity Awards, a first-of-its-kind industry program that finds and promotes the best entrepreneurs in emerging markets.

He was an executive in residence at Highland Capital Partners, a venture capital firm. He served as CEO of OTF Group (formerly part of the Monitor Group) and helped lead Eprise Corporation, Dragon Systems and FTP Software. He has worked extensively in the United States, Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America, and has brought more than 100 leading-edge technology products to market.

An author on the connection between entrepreneurship, economic development and spirituality, Andreas blogs regularly atĀ He contributed two chapters to the book In the River They Swim: Essays from Around the World on Enterprise Solutions to Poverty. A chapter entitled Ministering to the Pioneers of Prosperity was recently published in Springer’s Ethical Economy series book Free Markets and the Culture of Common Good. He has authored articles and been featured in various business and general interest media including The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, The Huffington Post, Financial Times, Bloomberg News, Sky TV, Kigali Times, CNN, Forbes, The New York Times, FastCompany, Catholic TV, ZENIT, RomeReports, CNS, EWTN and First Things.

Andreas served as a Pontifical Swiss Guard from 1986-1988, protecting Pope John Paul II. He holds two business degrees from Switzerland, plus a B.S. in International Business from Merrimack College and an M.A. in Ministry from St. John’s Seminary in Boston. A citizen of Switzerland and the United States, he speaks English, German, Italian and French.

He was one of the founding members of the Catholic Men’s and Women’s Conferences in Boston and was recently knighted in the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre.

Andreas loves to spend time with his wife and son. He is an eternal student of fly-fishing, enjoys skiing, and is an avid reader.

Favorite Books

Business As A Calling Michael Novak
My favorite. Every business person should read this. The first section of this book should be mandatory reading at all business schools :-)
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The Call of The Entrepreneur Fr. Robert Sirico
Truly inspiring. If you're struggling in a startup, or are looking for meaning as a business person, read this book and never be the same.
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The Return of The Prodigal Son Henry Nouwen
One of my favorite spiritual books.
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Virtuous Leadership Alexandre Havard
A classic in leadership literature. Almost every line is worthy as a quote.
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Love & Responsibility Pope John Paul II
Blessed Pope John Paul II's first book on the topic (the latter one is called Love & Responsibility). It made me fully grasp the concept of love and its consequence.
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Favorite Websites

Acton One Year Entrepreneurship MBA
In my view the best entrepreneurship MBA on the market today.
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Great bunch of people ;-)
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David Miller's Faith & Work Blog
David's postings are always worth reading. His program also hosts great meetings and debates.
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Seth Godin
I read his blog every day.
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Catholic Spiritual Direction
I love their newsletter every day.
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Spitzer Center
Fr. Spitzer has great insights. I love his Four Levels To Happiness Framework
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Inspiring without end...
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A VC Blog
Always interesting to hear what a Venture Capitalist has to say... especially for entrepreneurs. Fred's posts on his blog are honest and useful
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