Camilla Montoya

Camilla Montoya

Adjunct Faculty
Texas A&M University San Antonio
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Biography

Camilla A. Montoya was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and moved to the United States to attend college at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Upon completing her degree, she taught English, French, Spanish and Portuguese at a language school in Brazil, after which she returned to the U.S. and started her career in higher education marketing. Following these experiences, and after having completed a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership at Our Lady of the Lake University, she transitioned to a faculty position, teaching courses such as Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Cross-cultural Psychology, Research Methods, and Gender Studies. She is the editor and co-author of Silencing Gender, Age, Ethnicity and Cultural Biases in Leadership. Camilla is also a trained mediator, and currently teaches First-year Seminar courses at Texas A&M-San Antonio.


Awards
 

Year

Name of the award

2017

Student Belonging Award, UTRGV Accessibility Services

2014

Glo-bus Business Strategy Winner (over 3,000 competitors)

2011, 2009, 2007

Staff Exceptional Merit Award, UT Brownsville

 

Teaching Summary

Year

Rank

Company/Institute/University

2021-Present

Adjunct Professor

Texas A&M – San Antonio

2015-2018

Lecturer

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

2016-2018

Adjunct Professor

 Our Lady of the Lake University

 

PUBLICATIONS

Edited Volume Book

Montoya, C. A. (Ed.) (2018). Silencing Gender, Age, Ethnicity and Cultural Biases in Leadership. Lanham, MD: Hamilton Books.

Book Chapter

Montoya, C. A. (2018). Compliance or Ambition: Challenging Cultural Norms in Search of Personal Fulfillment. Silencing Gender, Age, Ethnicity and Cultural Biases in Leadership. Lanham, MD: Hamilton Books.

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Montoya, C. A. (2016). Overcoming Impediments: The Influence of Culture and Gender As Obstacles and Catalysts in Leadership Development. Journal of Leadership and Management. 1(7-8), 41-46.

Montoya, C. A., & Montoya, J. (2015). Cultural awareness in leadership strategy and marketing: Applying Hofstede’s basic dilemmas to Brazil. Journal of Leadership and Management. 1(3), 13-20.

Blog Entry

Montoya, C. A. (2018, August 1). Cultural expectations as adversity. Message posted to https://bycommonconsent.com/2018/08/01/cultural-expectations-as-adversity/#comment- 405226

 

PRESENTATIONS

Academic

Montoya, C. A., Smetter, W., & Burkott, M. (2016, October). UTRGV Mathematics and Science Academy: A Hybrid Model of Excellence. Seminar to be presented at Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities 2016 Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Professional

Montoya, C. A. (2015, March). Higher Education Marketing and Recruitment: Awareness Counts: Training presented at Quality Training Seminar, Mexico City, Mexico.

Panel

Montoya, C. A., Montoya, F. A., & Gergen, E. (2021, March). Women's Panel: Latina Leadership Experience: Panel presented at James Madison University, online.

Halliday, C., Montoya, J. A., & Montoya, C. A. (2020, August). Personnel Selection Bias in Spanish-speaking Latin American and Iberian Countries. Panel presented at Academy of Management 2020 Annual Conference, online.

Montoya, C. A. & Gergen, E. (2019, February). Silencing Gender, Age, Ethnicity and Cultural Biases in Leadership Book Discussion: Panel presented at Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, Texas.

Garcia, J. V., Stoves, D., Wittenburg, J., & Montoya, C. A. (2017, November). Sexual Harassment Discussion: Panel presented at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Brownsville, Texas.