LUNA CALDERON is a lecturer at the School of Social Welfare as well as training consultant for the Latinx Center of Excellence in Behavioral Health. Her areas of specialization include Narrative Therapy and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy.
A bilingual/bicultural Latina, Calderon is committed to bringing wellness and recovery tools to people of color and the LGBTQ+ communities. In 2014 she re-established the Intercambio Program, now known as Sin Fronteras and was the founding director for the Latinx Center of Excellence.
Prior to joining Berkeley Social Welfare, she served as...
Eveline Chang’s teaching role in Berkeley Social Welfare was expanded to allow her to become the School’s first full-time lecturer. In addition to teaching several social welfare courses, Chang leads an independent study to assist students in designing and implementing a series of social justice inclusion events throughout the academic year.
Chang has spent more than 25 years developing and managing integrative, community-based programs rooted in social justice, activism, multicultural leadership development, popular education, self-determination and community wellness.
CHRISTINA FELICIANA, MSW, LCSW, PPSC has been at Cal since 2007. She is the Project Coordinator for the Child Welfare Scholars (Title IVE) Program and the Pupil Personnel Services Credential Coordinator.
Christina is mixed race/Black and was born and raised in San Francisco, California. She attended Georgetown University where she received a BA in English with a minor in women's studies. After college, she participated in a service-learning program, serving Chicago's Southside. After this intense experience teaching fifth and second graders, she felt called to social work. She...