Dr. Lisa Montoya is associate dean for undergraduate studies in the College of Business. She is also the executive director of the Center for Student Professional Development in the college and senior lecturer in the Department of Entrepreneurship and Technology Management.
Montoya holds a doctorate in political science from Washington University in St. Louis, a master’s in public affairs from Arizona State University and a bachelor’s of public policy from the University of Denver.
Dr. Montoya was the recipient of the UTSA Richard S. Howe Excellence in Service to Undergraduates Award in 2010, the President’s Distinguished Achievement Award in 2011, and named the Best Undergraduate Professor for the Department of Entrepreneurship and Technology Management from the Business Student Council in 2012.
- Social Enterprise
- Economic impact of microlending
- Economic development policy
“The Relations Between Hispanic Business Owners’ Beliefs, Knowledge, Use of Financial Planning, and Business Success,” with D. Stone, T. Svacina, J. Row and J. Canedo-Soto, Business Journal of Hispanic Research, 2011.