Entrepreneurship, Management, Small Business
Entrepreneurship and small business, International entrepreneurship, Venture capital, Angel funding, Traditional vs. non-traditional methods of funding
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Nina Radojevich-Kelley, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Management at Metropolitan State University of Denver.
Radojevich-Kelley has been an entrepreneur since the age of 18 when she developed and marketed her first product. This creativity has followed as she has been a founder/owner of her own company, has been a co-owner in the family business, and has invested in over 150 companies through her association with TechStars and Bullet-time Angel Fund. Radojevich-Kelley has been instrumental in developing a new Entrepreneurship curriculum for the College of Business and the Global Entrepreneurship course. She is also a recipient of the College of Business, Dean’s Overall Faculty Excellence award.
Radojevich-Kelley has published numerous articles pertaining to entrepreneurship including a book on high performance teams. She has also conducted research of small business ownership in Peru, Mexico and Hawaii.
Radojevich-Kelley received her doctorate in administration, sport administration and applied research methodology from University of Northern Colorado, a master’s in business management and sport management from University of the Incarnate Word, and a bachelor’s in exercise physiology and psychology from the University of Texas at Austin.