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UNM’s Parker Center gets new director

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Robin Dozier Otten has been named executive director of the Parker Center for Family Business at the University of New Mexico. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Robin Dozier Otten, an Albuquerque consultant, has been named executive director of the Parker Center for Family Business at the University of New Mexico.

The center, a part of the Anderson School of Management, holds symposiums on the subject of family businesses. Otten’s new job will involve identifying family business needs and increasing the center’s membership, revenue and services, according to a news release.

Otten is president and CEO of RDO Strategic Consultants, LLC, a public-issues consulting firm. She was director of Albuquerque’s Department of Family and Community Services during Mayor Richard Berry’s first term. She also headed the Regulation and Licensing and Human Services departments under former Gov. Gary Johnson.

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