Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
University of California
Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Claudia P. Diaz Carrasco

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4-H Youth Development Advisor
Cooperative Extension Riverside County
21150 Box Springs Road, Ste 202
Moreno Valley, CA 92557-8718
951-683-6491 Ext. 222
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Biography

Diaz Carrasco is currently serving as an Area 4-H Youth Development Advisor,  in California's Inland Region. Claudia's primary focus is to develop, implement, evaluate, strengthen and expand local 4-H programming to better serve currently under-represented populations and places, including Latino and/or low-income youth.

On a contractual basis, Claudia serves as the Region 10 STEAM Consultant for the California Dept. of Education Expanded Learning Division. Diaz also supports the UC Mexico initiative, by providing Mexican partners training and technical assistance which allows them to start 4-H clubs across the border.

Claudia also supports the UC Davis Global Engagement office in the Guatemala Food for Progress implementation. The project sought to address the needs of smallholder producers, mainly through its support for the rebirth of Guatemala’s National Rural Extension System under the authority of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food (MAGA).

On her free time Claudia enjoys volunteering at her local Newman Center and exploring the outdoors. She workouts regularly and occasionally she plays on her church basketball league to remember her times as college athlete in Mexico's first division tournaments. 

 

Education

M. Ag. International Agriculture, Oklahoma State University. 2014

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Bibliography

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  • Diaz-Carrasco, C.; Erbstein, Nancy; Subramaniam, Aarti (In Press). Toward Guiding Principles for Engaging Latinx Youth in Youth Development Programs: Practitioner Briefs, 3. Organizational Infrastructure Supporting Latinx Youth Engagement. ANR. 8692, 3.

  • Diaz Carrasco, C.; Erbstein, Nancy; Subramaniam, Aarti (In Press). Toward Guiding Principles for Engaging Latinx Youth in Youth Development Programs: Practitioner Briefs. 5. Building Relationships in Latinx Communities. 8694, 3.

  • Moncloa, Fe; Erbstein, Nancy; Subramaniam, Aarti; Diaz-Carrasco, C. (In Press). Toward Guiding Principles for Engaging Latinx Youth in Youth Development Programs. Practitioner Briefs. 1. Overview of Guiding Principles for Engaging Latinx Youth. ANR. 8690, 6.

  • Moncloa, Fe; Diaz-Carrasco, C. ; Erbstein, Nancy (In Press). Toward Guiding Principles for Engaging Latinx Youth in Youth Development Programs: Practitioner Briefs. 4. Program Elements for Engaging Latinx Youth and Families. ANR. 8693, 4.

  • Moncloa, F.; Diaz Carrasco, C, et al. (2019). Effective Engagement with Latino Youths and Communities. Journal of Extension. 57:2. April. https://joe.org/joe/2019april/pdf/JOE_v57_2iw2.pdf

  • Worker, S.M. (2019). Experiences of bicultural and bilingual staff. Journal of Youth Development. 14:3, 31-44. September.
  • Moncloa, F.; Erbstein, N.; Subramaniam, A.; Diaz Carrasco, C. (2019). Guiding Principles for Reaching and Engaging Latinx Youth in Youth Development Programs. Journal of Youth Development. 14:2, 42-63. June.
  • Worker, S.M., Fabregas Janeiro, M. G., Diaz Carrasco, C. P., & Soule, K. E. (2019). University of California 4-H Latino Initiative: Experiences of bicultural and bilingual staff. Journal of Youth Development, 14(3), 31-44. 

  • Moncloa, Fe; Horrillo, S.; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia P, et al. (2018). Using a Translational Process to Apply Latino Youth Development Research Findings in Practice. Journal of Extenison. 56:6. October 2018. https://joe.org/joe/2018october/iw3.php

  • Erbstein, Nancy; Moncloa, Fe; Shwartz Olagundoye, Stacy; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia; Hill, Russell (2017). Engaging Latino Communities from the Ground Up: Three Tools. Journal of Extension. 55:4. https://www.joe.org/joe/2017august/tt3.php
  • Horrillo, S.; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia; Hill, R.; Moncloa, F.; Workgroup, Diversity in Youth Development (2017). Promising Practices for Programs Serving Latino Youth: Fact Sheet for 4-H Academics and Staff. University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. 8578. August. http://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/pdf/8578.pdf
  • Hill, R; Diaz Carrasco, C; Moncloa, F.; Villalobos, E.; Workgroup, Diversity in Youth Development (2017). Staffing for Success: Fact Sheet for Human Resources Director and 4-H Leadership Program. University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. 8579. August. http://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/pdf/8579.pdf
  • Diaz Carrasco, Claudia; Bird, Marianne (2016). “4-H as Culturally Responsive Program: Building an Afterschool 4-H Program that Engages Latino Youth and Parents in Sacramento, CA”. Columbia, MO, Fifteenth Annual Cambio de Colores Conference.
  • Fabregas, Maria; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (2016). Healthy Living, Thrive, and Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) Spanish Posters. California 4-H State Office.
  • Henneberry, Shida Rastegari; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (2015). Food Security Issues: Concepts and the Role of Emerging Markets. Food Security in an Uncertain World. Emerald Insight.: 63-79.
  • Henneberry, Shida; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (2014). "Global Food Security: Emerging Economies and Diverging Food Markets." Journal of Food Distribution Research 45(1)

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