Ami Doshi has a Ph.D. from the University of Southern California, and a B.S. (Genetics) from the University of California at Berkeley. She began in biotechnology R&D, then moved to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration to develop expertise in New Drug Approvals; inspired by these experiences, her doctoral research bridged the management, science, and policy domains. Ami then joined the Kauffman Foundation to develop programmatic, research and policy agendas that support high-growth and social entrepreneurship. Following 15 years of new venture development, Ami now teaches courses in international entrepreneurship, international business, and family business management. Her research interests include biotechnology interorganizational relationships, regenerative entrepreneurial ecosystem dynamics, and the role of local entrepreneurial ecosystems on family firm internationalization.
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