Faculty Member Position: Associate ProfessorDepartment: CounselingCollege: CHSSEmail: email@example.com Faculty Profile Watch Dr. Orozco speak about her work. Graciela León Orozco is currently an Associate Professor & Coordinator of the School Counseling Program in the Department of Counseling at SFSU. Her teaching areas include: first-year practicum courses in school counseling and school counseling specialization courses. In addition, her research interests are in the areas of Multicultural counseling, school-community collaboration, immigrant children/families, community radio as an educational tool. Orozco has won the Advocacy Award, Association of Multicultural Counseling & Development in 2009. She holds an Ed.D. in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Multicultural Studies from the University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA. Chair, Dissertations Completed "It's About Being Genuine And Having Heart": Latinos' Perspectives Of College Counseling, Blanca Estela Artega ('13) Publications: Orozco, G.L., Lee, W.L., Blando, J.A., & Shooshani, Bita. (In Press). An introduction to multicultural counseling for helping professionals, 3rd edition. New York, NY: Routledge. Orozco, G. (2011). Measuring community radio’s impact: Lessons in collaboration. In P. Napoli, & M. Aslama (Eds.). Communications Research in Action: Scholar-Activist Collaborations for a Democratic Public Sphere. New York, NY: Fordham University. Orozco, G. (2010). The 2007 California citrus freeze: Vulnerability, poverty, and unemployment issues of farmworkers. Journal of Employment Counseling, 4 (3), 100-110. Orozco, G., & Thakore-Dunlap, U. (2010). School counselors working with Latino children and families affected by deportation. VISTAS Online Journal. Orozco, G., Alvarez, A., & Gutkin, T. (2010). Diverse students’ perspectives of effective counseling in California community colleges. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 34(9), 717-737. Orozco, G. (2008). Understanding the culture of low-income immigrant Latino parents: Key to involvement. The School Community Journal, 18(1), 21-37. Orozco, G. (2008). Reaching out to immigrant students and families: A task for counselors in the schools. Counseling and Human Development Journal, 39(7), 1-12. Van Velsor, P., & Orozco, G. (2007). Involving low income parents in the schools: Communitycentric strategies for school counselors. Professional School Counselor, 11(1), 17-24. Chope, R.C., Orozco, G., & Smith, P. (2007). McDaniel oral history project. California Association for Counseling and Development Journal, 22, 57-72. Lee, W., Blando, J., Mizelle, N., & Orozco, G. (2007). An introduction to multicultural counseling for helping professionals, 2nd edition. New York, NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. Woodlief, L., Thomas, C., & Orozco, G. (2003). California’s gold: Claiming the promise of diversity in our community colleges. Oakland, CA: California Tomorrow.