Dr. Botero joined us from Stetson University in Florida, where she served as Assistant Professor of Family Enterprise and Entrepreneurship. She received both undergraduate and advanced degrees from the University of Antioquia in Colombia and a Ph.D. from Michigan State University.
Dr. Botero is an internationally recognized expert in family business. She has published more than 40 articles, and scholarly chapters on family enterprise, edited Family Firms in Latin America, and has spoken to audiences around the world on her research. She is a Fellow of the Family Firm Institute, a Board Member of the International Family Enterprise Research Academy, and a Board Member of the Successful Transgenerational Entrepreneurship Practices (STEP) Project.
- PhD (Communication) Michigan State University
- MS (Communication) Michigan State University
- Specialist (Organizational Communication) Universidad de Antioquia
- BA (Social Communication & Journalism) Universidad de Antioquia
Awards & Honors
Stetson University – School of Busines
Universidad de Monterrey
Research & Publications
Family emotional support in the transformation of women entrepreneursJournal of Business Research. August 26, 2021
The family’s effect on knowledge sharing in family firmsJournal of Knowledge Management. August 20, 2021
Understanding governance mechanisms in small and medium family firms in Latin AmericaMultidisciplinary Business Review. August 31, 2021
Customer perceptions about family firms and their effects on customer behaviorsJournal of Small Business Strategy. April 13, 2021
Exploring family business brands: Understanding predictors and effectsJournal of Family Business Strategy. March 31, 2019