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Portrait, Sonia Morales OseguedaSonia G. Morales Osegueda
Diversity Specialist
Agriculture/Youth Development 4-H Faculty206.205.3133
Sgmorales@wsu.edu or
sonia.morales@kingcounty.gov

Sonia joined WSU Extension in 1999. She is responsible for overseeing the development of Extension 4-H youth programs in non-traditional populations (e.g. underserved and underrepresented communities within the Extension system state-wide) and where appropriate linking youth development to supporting the long-term viability of agriculture in King County and the state of Washington. Sonia provides leadership of educational programs in 4-H youth development, agriculture and natural resources; develops programs focused on cultural diversity, self-esteem, communication, leadership, and agriculture; provides training and workshops for youth, volunteers, organization staff, and leaders; promotes higher education in the minority population; and develops partnerships with other youth agencies.

  • Areas of Expertise
  • Agriculture
  • Youth Development
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Youth and adults training to develop life skills

Education:
B.S., Autonoma Agraria “Antonio Narro” Mexico, Agronomy
M.S., Oklahoma State University, Plant Science 
M.S, Autonoma Agraria “Antonio Narro” Mexico, Plant Science
Ph.D., Oklahoma
State University, Agricultural Education and Extension

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