Business Faculty & Staff

Name Title Area of Expertise Email Phone
Lori Baca Chair Business Administration,Management lbaca@nnmc.edu 505-747-2186
Lisa Hoch Administrative Assistant Department of Business Administration lisa.hoch@nnmc.edu 505-747-2184
Simon Vaz Assistant Professor Management simon.voz@nnmc.edu 505-747-5422
Betty Espinoza Instructor Cosmetology & Barbering bettyespinoza@nnmc.edu 505-747-5472
Gloriadell Gonzalez Instructor cosmetology & Barbering gloriadell.gonzales@nnmc.edu 505-747-5471
Adela Chavez Visiting Professor Project Management adelac@nnmc.edu 505-747-5422
Victoria Erhart Visiting Professor Office Administration victoria.erhart@nnmc.edu 505-747-2183
Antoninette Archuleta Maes Adjunct Faculty Computer Literacy antoamaes@nnmc.edu 505-747-2184
Miche Bove Adjunct Faculty Human Resources Management miche@nnmc.edu 505-747-2184
Patrick Donahue Adjunct Faculty Marketing pdonohue@nnmc.edu 505-747-2184
Jimmie Flores Adjunct Faculty Project and Strategic Management jimmie.flores@nnmc.edu 505-747-2184
Barbara Bachechi Adjunct Faculty Accounting barbara.bachechi@nnmc.edu 505-747-2184
Greg Crowell Adjunct Faculty Accounting greg.crowell@nnmc.edu 505-747-2184
Ronald Spicer Adjunct Faculty Accounting ronald.spicer@nnmc.edu 505-747-2184
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