Riverside County
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Riverside County

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 received her B.S. in Food Industry Engineering from ITESM in 2012, a M. Ag. in International Agriculture from Oklahoma State University in 2014, and a M.S. in Management and Marketing from Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla in 2015. As a graduate assistant, she conducted research on food security and coordinated community development projects in Puebla, Mexico. As an Area 4-H Youth Development Advisor, 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 in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

Education

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

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Bibliography

Peer Reviewed

  • Fabregas, Maria; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia, et al. (2017). “Developing 4-H Youth Development Programs in Mexico: An Example of Institutional Collaboration”. Sixteenth Annual Cambio de Colores Conference.
  • Diaz Carrasco, Claudia; Fabregas, Maria, et al. (2017). “Nurturing Latino Communities in the U.S. from the Ground Up: 4-H Youth Acquiring a Sense of Pride and the Program Elements that Lead to Sustained Youth Involvement”. Sixteenth Annual Cambio de Colores Conference.
  • Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (2017). “Where Have They Been? An Essential Tool to Identify Latinos in the Community You Serve”. Sixteenth Annual Cambio de Colores Conference.
  • Erbstein, Nancy; Moncloa, Fe, et al. (2017). Engaging Latino Communities from the Ground Up: Three Tools. Journal of Extension. 55:4. https://www.joe.org/joe/2017august/tt3.php
  • Moncloa, Fe; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia, et al. (2017). From the ground up: Engaging Latino youth serving organizations with urban extension programs. National Urban Extension Conference. https://sites.google.com/a/umn.edu/urbanextensionconference2017/Conference-program/sessions
  • Horrillo, S.; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia, et al. (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, et al. (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.
  • Horrillo, Shannon; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia, et al. (2016). Redefining the 4-H Community Club Program to Engage Latino Audiences. Columbia, MO, Fifteenth Annual Cambio de Colores Conference.
  • 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.
  • Diaz Carrasco, Claudia; Fabregas, Maria (2015). The Transition from Mono-Cultural to Multi-Cultural 4-H Clubs. Kansas City, MO, Fourteenth Annual Cambio de Colores Conference.
  • Fabregas, Maria; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (2015). Tips to Recruit Latino Volunteers for 4-H Projects. Sacramento, CA, UC ANR Strategic Initiatives Conference.
  • Henneberry, Shida; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (2014). "Global Food Security: Emerging Economies and Diverging Food Markets." Journal of Food Distribution Research 45(1)

Non-Peer Reviewed

  • Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (In Press). From Heart to Health: 4-H member helping local hospitals to better take care of their patients. San Bernardino, CA, UC Delivers.
  • Fabregas, Maria; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia, et al. (2017). Promoting civic engagement in California’s Latino youth. UC Delivers. 09/29/2017. http://ucanr.edu/delivers/?impact=1040&a=0
  • Fabregas, Maria; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (2017). UC ANR 4-H builds bridges with Mexico by helping launch a 4-H Club in Mexicali. 03/6/2017. http://ucanr.edu/delivers/?impact=1021&a=0
  • Fabregas, Maria; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (2017). UC ANR introduces twelve Mexican Delegates to 4-H. UC Delivers. 12/14/2017. http://ucanr.edu/delivers/?impact=1046&a=0
  • Fabregas, Maria; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (2016). 4-H Youth Development trifold brochure in Spanish. California 4-H State Office.
  • Fabregas, Maria; Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (2016). Healthy Living, Thrive, and Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) Spanish Posters. California 4-H State Office.
  • Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (2015). 4-H youth putting together agriculture, science and healthy living! Riverside, CA, UCCE Riverside County Blog. August 31, 2015. http://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=18821
  • Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (2015). Build your Future Program Snapshot. 4-H Riverside County (Marketing Materials). March.
  • Diaz Carrasco, Claudia (2014). 4-H at a glance / Una Mirada a 4-H. 4-H Riverside County (Marketing Materials).

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