CSUN's Office of Academic Technology in collaboration with the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership, and the Research and Sponsored Programs office, are excited to announce Guadalupe Carrasco Cardona, CC21 Educational Leadership Cohort, as the 2022 Doctoral Student Academic Technology Equity Fellow!
Guadalupe currently teaches at the Roybal Learning Center in downtown Los Angeles and is an adjunct lecturer at CSUN and CSULB. In addition, Guadalupe is the chair of The Association of Raza Educators (Los Angeles chapter), co-founder of XOCHITL Los Angeles, a member of Ethnic Studies Now Coalition’s Coordinating Committee, and a founding member of the Liberated Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum Coalition.
Among Guadalupe's current projects is work on the UTLA/NEA "We Are Ethnic Studies" Career Ladder Project, which intersects with her areas of scholarly focus on the impact of Chicana/o Studies/Ethnic Studies on student success. In reflecting on her teaching philosophy and pedagogical practice, Guadalupe is dedicated to developing critical curriculum and facilitating a student-centered classroom environment based on mutual respect, critical thinking, and collaboration.