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Urban Extension Toolkit

With the development of an Urban Extension Toolkit, all Extension professionals in metropolitan areas and across LGUs would have access to a ready-to-use training and support system with an equity lens. This toolkit would include standardized measures that could be used by any program area while providing opportunities to reflect the local context and allow Extension leadership to evaluate their progress on becoming a truly equitable organization.





ESP Conference Poster

WCMER Fellows Ramona Madhosingh-Hector and Alyssa Bowers presented a poster at the 2023 Epsilon Sigma Phi annual conference in Billings, MT.

Applied Research Fellow: Ramona C. Madhosingh-Hector, MS

Ramona Madhosingh-Hector is a Regional Specialized Agent in Urban Sustainability for the University of Florida/IFAS Extension and serves the Southwest District. Since 2010, she has developed educational programs that support and advance the region’s commitment to sustainability including programs focused on resource efficiency, community sustainability, and food systems.

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Applied Research Fellow: Alyssa Bowers, M.S.

Alyssa Bowers began her WCMER fellowship while working for University of Florida IFAS Extension as the 4-H Youth Development Agent in Pinellas County. She is now an Assistant Professor of 4-H Youth Development with Washington State University and the King County Extension Director (which includes the City of Seattle).