What We Do
Stewardship – Attis Industries believes in the need to preserve and promote human welfare, the environment, and the responsible use of technology. Not only is this belief put into place through ethical and sound business practices but by also promoting evidence-based products and services.
Value – It is Attis Industries’ belief that in order to make transformative change to an industry we must bring real value to customers, partners and users. At Attis, we consistently strive to improve our own practices to enhance the value of our products and services.
Robert M. Dunn, Jr., President, Attis Healthcare and Bright City, an attorney by trade, has broad experience leading teams in sales organizations. As an attorney, Mr. Dunn represented both private and public-sector entities across a wide spectrum of issues. Mr. Dunn has represented both Fortune 100 companies and small businesses in litigation involving product liability issues, business disputes, and wrongful terminations. Mr. Dunn also spent a significant amount of time working directly for a multi-national Fortune 500 company in the medical device industry. Mr. Dunn’s tenure at this healthcare company included a role as both the lead commercial attorney and the Human Resources leader for the U.S. Sales Division, a division with more than $2.6 Billion in annual revenue and more than 1,600 employees. Mr. Dunn graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Business Administration (finance) and he obtained his Juris Doctorate degree, with honors, from the University of Houston Law Center.
Jon Lewis, President, Attis EnviCare, leads the overall growth, development, and external operations of Attis’ medical waste operations. Mr. Lewis has more than 25 years of experience leading, operating and developing companies. Mr. Lewis began his career at his family owned company, J.D. Moore and Son Produce, Inc., as a route driver, eventually working his way up to President. During his first two (2) years as President, Mr. Lewis moved the company into the wholesale foodservice industry by starting and running Moore Foods, Inc., where the sales increased from $2 Million to $15 Million in Mr. Lewis’ 12 years as President. After selling the 72-year-old business, Mr. Lewis used his extensive knowledge in negotiating contracts, strategic planning, logistics, active management, and business development to start and develop MDC Acquisitions, LLC., a company that specialized in the acquisition, development and sale of real estate, and Jonathan Moore Homes, LLC., a company that specialized in luxury home building. Both of these businesses had multi-million dollar sales within the first year. Mr. Lewis attended Georgia Southern University where he studied Marketing.