Len J. Treviño (PhD, Indiana University) is Director of International Business Programs and SBA Communications Distinguished Professor of International Business at Florida Atlantic University. His research focuses on the antecedents and consequences of foreign direct investment, the internationalization strategies of multinational enterprises, gender and diversity, and cross-cultural management. Dr. Treviño has published in leading international business and management journals, including Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management, Journal of World Business, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Journal of International Business Policy, International Business Review, Journal of International Management, and Management International Review. He has taught international management classes at all levels throughout Iberoamerica.
Florida Atlantic University (USA)
Martin Larraza-Quintana is full professor of management at Universidad Pública de Navarra (UPNA) and is member of its Institute for Advanced Research in Business and Economics (INARBE). He has a large teaching experience in both at the undergraduate and graduate (master and PhD) level. His research reflects his interest in the study of the decision-making behavior of people within organizations. Based on this broad interest, his research activity has made contributions to the scientific international debate in the areas of human resource management, strategy, family businesses and entrepreneurship. His research has been published in some of the most relevant academic journals in Management such as the Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Management Studies, Human Resource Management, Journal of World Business, Small Business Economics or Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. Martin has been actively involved with the Iberoamerican Academy of Management (IAoM) since its inception. Over the course of the years, he has been Secretary, Treasurer and Vice-president of the IAoM, as well as Editor in Chief of its official journal Management Research.
Universidad Pública de Navarra (Spain)
Vice President, Secretary
Carlos Alsua is a professor of practice in the Eller College's McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship. Alsua's global expertise has brought him to work with a number of public and private organizations on more than four continents. As an entrepreneur, his interests centre in transportation and sustainable food industries. As an academic, his interests focus on globalization/glocalization processes, global entrepreneurship and innovation, leadership innovation, growth mindset, global ethics and the implementation of managerial practices and entrepreneurship in developing economies. He has held previous faculty positions at the University of Alaska, Anchorage; Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez Business School, Chile; as well as numerous visiting positions in Asia, Europe, Latin America and Russia. His research appears in academic and practitioner journals and in numerous national and international conferences.
Arizona State University
Vice President and Treasurer
Fernanda Wagstaff is an associate professor in the Department of Marketing and Management at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). Fernanda received her Ph.D. from Texas A&M University. Her work has appeared in journals such as Journal of International Business Policy, Journal of Management Education, Corporate Reputation Review, Personnel Psychology, Human Resource Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Applied Psychology: An International Review, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, and International Journal of Human Resource Management. She is a member of the Academy of Management, the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, and the Academy of International Business. She is the recipient of the Robert E. and Jacqueline Skov Professorship in Business Ethics and directs UTEP’s Center for Multicultural Management and Ethics. Fernanda acts as Associate Editor of Management Research and sits on the editorial board of the International Journal of Human Resource Management. She is the winner of the 2021 “Responsible Research in Management Award” co-sponsored by the Academy of Management Fellows and the Responsible Research in Business and Management.
The University of Texas at El Paso
Erica Salvaj is Professor of General Management and Strategy at Universidad del Desarrollo (UDD), Chile and Visiting Scholar at Universidad de San Andres, Argentina. Her primary fields of research are strategy, leadership, social networks, corporate governance, international business, gender and business history. She completed her Ph.D. in Business Administration at IESE Business School, Barcelona, was GCEE Fellow at Babson College and has received fellowships and research grants from the Argentinean and Chilean National Commissions for Scientific and Technological Research. She has been awarded with the fellowship “Alfred Chandler” from Harvard Business School and the Australia-APEC Women in Research Fellowship. Her publications have appeared in leading journals including Global Strategy Journal, Journal of Business Research, Harvard Business Review, Corporate Governance, Business History, Enterprise and Society, Business History Review, Multinational Business Review, among others. Erica has been an active member of the OMT Division at AOM since 2007 and the Iberoamerican Academy of Management.
Universidad del Desarrollo (Chile)
Vice-President / Editor-in-Chief, Management Research
José Ernesto Amorós is Professor and Doctoral Programs Director at EGADE Business School, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico. Until December 2015 he was a Professor and Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship Institute at Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile. He’s visiting professor at several Latin American and European universities. He holds a PhD in Management Sciences from ESADE Business School, Spain. He has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and MSc in Marketing from Tecnológico de Monterrey. Member of several academic organizations including member of the Board of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, GEM, project and VP of Iberoamerican Academy of Management. His research interests are entrepreneurship and competitiveness, entrepreneurship and regional development, and corporate entrepreneurship. Dr. Amorós has written more than 50 academic articles which have been published in major international journals. He is also co-author of more than 30 monographs on entrepreneurial dynamics, some in cooperation with key international institutions.
Universidad del Desarrollo (Chile)
Vice-President and Program Chair, IAM's PDW, AOM, 2018
Desirée Pacheco is Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain. Prior to her doctoral studies, Professor Pacheco worked as a management and technology consultant with Accenture. During this experience, she worked with a variety of retail companies in defining their strategic direction and implementing new processes and systems. In addition, Professor Pacheco has more than 10 years of experience teaching courses in the areas of entrepreneurship and strategic management, and her teaching combined active consulting with more than 50 startups and small businesses. Dr Pacheco’s research interests relate to the interface between institutions, entrepreneurship, and firm strategy. She applies these areas of research to the study of sustainable business. She is particularly interested in the strategies that entrepreneurs undertake to bring about institutional change, such as changes in policies, industry practices, and norms. She also studies the effect of social movement activism on emerging industries and the new ventures that operate within them, and the ability of emerging industries to drive cultural shifts. Her more recent research also examines female entrepreneurship in economically constrained environments.
Jose Rivas is a tenured professor at ITAM in Mexico City where he teaches global strategy and leadership. He held different executive positions at ADO Mobility where he was also a board member before joining academia. Jose holds a PhD from IE Business School and an MBA from Northwestern. His research focuses on boards, top managers, and IPOs. He has published academic articles, book chapters, business cases and a book on corporate governance in Mexico. He is Vice President of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, editorial board member of Corporate Governance: An International Review and board member of the International Corporate Governance Society.
Monica Franco-Santos is a Reader (Associate Professor) of Organizational Governance and Performance in Cranfield School of Management, UK. Her research broadly focuses on organizational governance systems. In particular, her work examines the design, implementation, and use of performance measures, targets and rewards as well as the impact that these mechanisms have on behaviour and decision-making. Her investigation is widely recognised (for further information visit her publications page) and has been funded by organisations such as the EPSRC, CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants), IIP (Investors in People, UK) or the Leadership Foundation. Her research appears in top organization and management journals. She is part of the teaching faculty of Cranfield's MBAs, MScs, PhD, DBA and various executive education programmes. She is a visiting professor at ESADE (Barcelona, Spain) and an occasional lecturer in a number of European academic institutions.
Cranfield University (UK)
Luiz Mequita is an associate professor of management in the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. He joined ASU in 2003. His prior academic appointments include positions with Austral University and Purdue University. He has also served as project director for International Business Development, Deere & Company, was a commercial coordinator for Valmet, Inc., and a consultant with Booz Allen & Hamilton and the Inter Amercian Development Bank. Professor Mequita's research interests are in the area of competitive and cooperative coordination among firms. Under this broad umbrella, he has examined the performance implications related to how parties (either dyadic as in alliances, or multi-party as in geographical clusters) leverage governance mechanisms to coordinate the investments in as well as the use of shared resources. He serves on the editorial board of the Academy of Management Journal; Strategic Management Journal; Academy of Management Learning and Education; Journal of Management; and Journal of Management Studies.
Arizona State University
Ronaldo Parente PhD is the Knight Ridder Eminent Scholar in International Business and Professor of Strategy at Florida International University. His research focus is on the overlap between strategy and international management, with special attention on emerging economies, innovation ecosystems, sharing economy, global supply chains, and internationalization strategies. Dr. Parente's research has appeared in many leading academic journals, including Journal of International Business Studies, Long Range Planning, Global Strategy Journal, and Journal of Management Studies among others. Dr. Parente has been a visiting scholar at Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV) and at Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), both in Brazil. He is current the AE for Long Range Planning and Cross-Cultural Strategic Management Journals, and Senior Editor for International Journal of Emerging Markets. Dr. Parente serves on Editorial Review Boards for JIBS, GSJ, TIBR, JWB, and JIM. He served six years on the board of European International Business Association (EIBA) and served two three-year leadership position with Strategic Management Society: Global Strategy Interest Group and Teaching Community. He chaired and organized two SMS Special Conferences in Brazil in 2011 (Rio de Janeiro) and 2018 (Sao Paulo). On the professional side, Dr. Parente has more than 25 years of work experience and has worked for, managed, and consulted with several private and public institutions in Brazil, the United States, and Bulgaria. Dr. Parente has experience designing and teaching programs for C-level executives in Brazil, Colombia, and United States.
Florida International University (USA)
Vice President, Program Chair IAM PDW AOM 2019
Jorge A. Gonzalez is a Professor of Management at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. He received his Ph.D. in Management from the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University. He conducts academic research on diversity and inclusion in organizations, business relationships, work stress, leadership, and cross-cultural organizational behavior with a focus on Latin America. His research has been published in academic journals such as Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Organization Studies, and Personnel Psychology, among others.
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Vice President Media and Promotions
Juan Velez-Ocampo PhD is an Assistant Professor of Management and Academic Coordinator for the MBA program at Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia. He also serves as Vice-President of Media and Promotion of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management and Colombia's Country Director at the Academy of International Business Latin American and the Caribbean (AIB-LAC). His research and teaching interests include the reputation, sustainability, digital transformation, and internationalization of emerging markets firms. His research has appeared in journals such as European Business Review, Journal of Knowledge Management, European Management Review, Cross Cultural and Strategic Management, and Management and Organization Review, among others.
Universidad de Antioquía (Colombia)