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Dr. Fe Moncloa

4-H Youth Development Advisor
UCCE Santa Clara County
1553 Berger Drive, Bldg. 1
(408 ) 282-3107
San Jose, CA 95112
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Education

Ph.D. Education; Social Contexts of Education and Policy Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz. 2015
M.P.A. Public administration and community development management, Monterey Institute of International Studies. 1993

Awards

  • Visiting Libra Diversity Professor, Spring 2021
    Presented by University of Maine,  2021
  • National Diversity in Extension Award-Team Award
    Presented by American Association for Public and Land-Grant Universities,  2016

Specialty

Latinx youth development, civic engagement, intercultural communication, culturally relevant pedagogy

Areas of Expertise (click to see all ANR academics with this expertise)

Bibliography

Peer Reviewed

  • Fields, N., Chan, A., Gonzalez, M., Green, E., Moncloa, F., Massey, K., & Nathaniel, K. (2021). True leaders: Culture, power and justice- A youth development approach to social justice. Chevy chase, MD. National 4-H Curriculum.

  • Moncloa, Fe; Erbstein, Nancy, et al. (2021). Toward Guiding Principles for Engaging Latinx Youth in Youth Development Programs. Practitioner Briefs. 2. Conceptual Framework for Effective Organizations Serving Latinx Youth. ANR. 8691, 5. 

  • Moncloa, Fe; Erbstein, Nancy, et al. (2021). Toward Guiding Principles for Engaging Latinx Youth in Youth Development Programs. Practitioner Briefs. 1. Overview of Guiding Principles for Engaging Latinx Youth. UC ANR. 8690, 6. https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/Details.aspx?itemNo=8690
  • Moncloa, Fe; Diaz-Carrasco, Claudia, et al. (2021). Toward Guiding Principles for Engaging Latinx Youth in Youth Development Programs: Practitioner Briefs. 4. Program Elements for Engaging Latinx Youth and Families. UC ANR. 8693, 4. https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/Details.aspx?itemNo=8693
  • Diaz-Carrasco, Claudia; Erbstein, Nancy, et al. (2021). Toward Guiding Principles for Engaging Latinx Youth in Youth Development Programs: Practitioner Briefs. 5. Building Relationships in Latinx Communities. 8694, 3. https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/Details.aspx?itemNo=8694
  • Diaz-Carrasco, Claudia; Erbstein, Nancy, et al. (2021). Toward Guiding Principles for Engaging Latinx Youth in Youth Development Programs: Practitioner Briefs, 3. Organizational Infrastructure Supporting Latinx Youth Engagement. UC ANR. 8692, 3. https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/Details.aspx?itemNo=8692
  • Moncloa, F.; Diaz-Carrasco, C, et al. (2019). Effective Engagement with Latino Youths and Communities. Journal of Extension. 57:2. April. https://www.joe.org/joe/2019april/iw2.php
  • Moncloa, F.; Horrillo, S., Espinoza, D., Hill, R. (2019). Embracing diversity and inclusion: An organizational change model to increase intercultural competence. Journal of Extension, 57:6. Article 6FEA1. Available at https://www.joe.org/joe/2019december/a1.php?utm_source=email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2019december 

  • Moncloa, F.; Erbstein, N., et al. (2019). Guiding Principles for Reaching and Engaging Latinx Youth in YOuth Development Programs. Journal of Youth Development. 14:2, 46-63. June. https://jyd.pitt.edu/ojs/jyd/article/view/19-14-02-FA-03
  • Imani-Fields, N.; Moncloa, F., et al. (2018). 4-H Social Justice Youth Development, A Guide for Youth Development Professionals. 22. November 2018. https://4-h.org/professionals/professional-development/youth-development/
  • Gaolach, B.; Moncloa, F., et al. (2018). A New Regional Model for Increasing Extension's Capacity to Reach Metropolitan Audiences. Journal of Extension. 56:5. September 2018. https://joe.org/joe/2018september/a3.php
  • Moncloa, F; Horrillo, S., et al. (2018). Using a Translational Process to Apply Latino Youth Development Research Findings in Practice. Journal of Extension. 56:6. October 2018. https://joe.org/joe/2018october/pdf/JOE_v56_6iw3.pdf
  • Trzesniewski, K.J., and Diversity in Youth Development Workgroup. (2017) Addressing Theoretical Gaps in Positive Youth Development for Diverse Youth: Fact sheet for the 4-H Youth Development Program. Oakland: University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication 8576.

  • Erbstein, N.; Moncloa, F., Schwartz Olagundoye, S., Diaz-Carrasco, C., Hill, R. (2017) Engaging Latino Communities from the Ground Up: Three Tools. Journal of Extension 55, 6. Article 4TOT3.  https://joe.org/joe/2017august/tt3.php 

  • Horrillo, S.J., Guild, J., Mariscal, D., Moncloa, F., Nathaniel, K.C. and Diversity in Youth Development Workgroup (2017) Professional Development Fact Sheet for Human Resources Director and 4-H Leadership. Oakland: University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication 8577.

  • Horrillo, S.J., Diaz-Carrasco, C., Hill, R., Moncloa, F., and Diversity in Youth Development Workgroup (2017). Promising Practices for Programs Serving Latino Youth: Fact sheet for 4-H Academics and Staff. Oakland: University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication 8578.

  • Subramaniam, A., Moncloa, F. (2010). Young people's perspectives on creating a participation friendly culture. Children, Youth and Environments 20(2). http://www.colorado.edu/journals/cye

  • Murdock, S., Moncloa, F., Subramaniam, A., Olangundoye, S., Paterson, C., English, P., Santhrum, S. (2010). Youth in Governance and Youth Adult Partnerships: An Examination of Promising Practices. 4-H Center for Youth Development, Special Report. Davis, CA: University of California, Davis.

  • UC ANR Latina/o Teen Pregnancy Prevention Workgroup. (2004). Best Practices in Teen Pregnancy Prevention Handbook (2nd edition). Oakland, CA: University of California Cooperative Extension.

  • Russell, S.T., Lee, F.C.H and the Latina/o Teen Pregnancy Prevention Workgroup. (2004). Practitioners perspectives on effective practices for Hispanic teen pregnancy prevention. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 36(4).

  • Moncloa, F., Johns, M., Gong, E.J., Russell, S. T., Lee, F and West, E. (2003, April). Best Practices in Teen Pregnancy Prevention Handbook. Journal of Extension. 41(2). http://joe.org/joe/2003aril/ttl.shtml

  • Driscoll, A.K., Brockman, M.S., Gregory, P., Bersamin, M.M., Johns, M., Lee, F., Liesch, D., Moncloa, F., Sousa, C., Russell, S. T., and Alvarado, D. (2003). In their own words: Pregnancy prevention needs of Latino teen mothers. California Journal of Health Promotion, 41(6).

  • Gong, E.J., Johns, M., and Moncloa, F. (2003, December). Practitioners put research into practice: Strengthening community-based pregnant and parenting programs. Journal of Extension, 41(6).

  • Johns, M., Moncloa, F., and Gong, E.J. (2000, August). Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs: Linking Research and Practice. Journal of Extension, 38(3). http://joe.org/joe/2000august/al.html

Non-Peer Reviewed

  • Group, 4-H Program Leaders Working; Access, Equity and Belonging Committee (2019). National Trends and 4-H Snapshot. University of Maryland. 4. October, 2019. https://access-equity-belonging.extension.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Snapshot-AEBC-October-2019.pdf
  • Moncloa, F. (2015), Teaching and Learning Participation: Latino Youth Civic Engagement in a High School.  Diss. University of California, Santa Cruz, Education. UMI. Print. Retrieved from: http://escholarship.org/uc/item/3q88t7cf

  • Lewis, K. T (2014). "Promoting Positive Youth Development: Initial Results from 4-H Thrive." UC Dellivers 2014, from http://ucanr.edu/delivers/?impact=926&delivers=1.
  • Moncloa, F. (2014). Welcome to 4-H! A Guide for Parents and Guardians. San Jose, UCCE Santa Clara. 12. 9/29.

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