About Us

Rationale

The New Mexico for Good program is a multi-stakeholder initiative focused on education, research and responsible economic development. It is designed to harness existing efforts and encourage new responsible business enterprises in collaboration with businesses, nonprofits, local and state government, and other academic institutions. The program is being developed on two fronts: initiatives that promote research and education for positive change and initiatives that serve as convener for positive change.

The NM for Good program will include B Corps and other businesses that have or are interested in institutionalizing responsible business practices such as through Fair Trade, 1% for the Planet, Conscious Capitalism and others. As well, this program will afford an opportunity for different departments at the Anderson School of Management and other colleges at UNM to come together and support responsible economic development in New Mexico, in line with Anderson and UNM's strategic goals.

Faculty and Staff

Wellington Spetic, PhD
Alice Main
  • Alice Main
  • New Mexico for Good Project Assistant
  • MBA Candidate, 2023: Strategic Management and Policy Concentration
  • Email: amain@unm.edu

Affiliated Faculty and Students

Garima Sharma
  • Garima Sharma, PhD
  • Assistant Professor
    Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility, Social Entrepreneurship
  • Andrew Young School of Policy Studies
  • Georgia State University
Reilly White, PhD
Natalia Vidal, PhD
Karen Patterson, PhD
Audriana Stark
  • Audriana Stark, MBA
  • PhD Candidate: Entrepreneurship, Organizational Development, Learning Sciences
  • Organization, Information, and Learning Sciences Program
  • University Libraries
Tamanna Chauhan
Urusha Thapa
Christian Slough

Community Partners and Supporters

New Mexico B Corp Community

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Other Supporters

Other supporters