Florencia Colella is a Farm Business Management Educator with Michigan State University Extension. Raised in a migrant family of farmers, butchers, accountants, and entrepreneurs, she holds a BS in agronomy and a MS in ag, food and resource economics. She is a project manager, teacher, and facilitator and has served
roles from education to government to corporations. Her goal is to help agribusinesses and policy makers make informed decisions through the collection, management and dissemination of trustworthy, localized data and information. Her main areas of focus are recordkeeping, tax planning, business analysis, rural development, food systems, marketing, information technologies applied to management, and creativity and leadership in agri-businesses, including the role of minorities in farm ownership and operation. Her pronouns are she/they and she is multiracial. Schedule a time to meet with her, either in person or via phone or video call, by going to bit.ly/saveatime. You may find a guide to her programs clicking in the "Related Work" link in the menu, and finding the Table of Contents within the "Authored Documents" section.