Dr. Joyce del Rosario brings both extensive leadership and advocacy experience as well as a stellar academic career. Her own journey has been deeply shaped by her and her family’s active participation in her Filipino-American United Methodist community in Seattle where she grew up, as well as in a network of communities of color and progressive networks among Evangelical communities. She is an active and outstanding preacher and speaker.
Dr. del Rosario earned her MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary and her PhD from Fuller Theological Seminary School of Intercultural Studies. Her research interests include youth ministry with a special focus on teen moms and urban and multiethnic youth ministry, social justice and racial reconciliation, theological anthropology, marginalized women, and postcolonial Filipino-American theology.
She is on the Board of the Directors for the Christian Community Development Association, where she is committed to encouraging and equipping churches and organizations across the country to transform their neighborhoods through community development. Dr. del Rosario is also on Fuller Youth Institute’s Expert Advisory Council for the Character and Virtue Development in Youth Ministry (CVDYM) planning project, funded by the John Templeton Foundation.
PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary School of Intercultural Studies, 2019
ThM, Fuller Theological Seminary School of Intercultural Studies, 2016
MDiv, Princeton Theological Seminary, 2000
BA, University of Washington, 1996