Ami Doshi has a Ph.D. from the University of Southern California, and a B.S. in Genetics from the University of California at Berkeley. Her work builds on a broad-based training in the life, regulatory and management sciences; she began her professional career in biotech R&D and manufacturing, then moved to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration to develop expertise in New Drug Approvals. Her doctoral research interests were inspired by this experience and eventually bridged the management and policy domains. Ami subsequently joined the Kauffman Foundation and served in various roles: managed programs and cultivated partnerships to support high-growth entrepreneurs; Policy Advisor for the 18-month National Governors Association-Kauffman Foundation Academy on Building Entrepreneurial Capacity in the States; built the Social Entrepreneurship Initiatives program to support research & education; and member of the Futures 21 strategic planning team. She has since developed expertise in new venture development and strategic planning across industries and sectors, in the US and in India. Ami joined the Fowler College of Business in 2019 and teaches courses in international entrepreneurship, multinational business and comparative management. Her current research interests include organizational ecosystem dynamics, sustainable entrepreneurship across institutional settings, and interorganizational relationships in biotech/regulated environments.
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