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Matilde Moros
Acting Director of Field Education and Assistant Dean of Special Programs and Initiatives
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B.A., College of Wooster
M.T.S., Harvard Divinity School
M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary
M.Phil, Drew University, 2011
Ph.D. Drew University, 2013

New Brunswick Theological Seminary
Acting Director of Field Education
August 2012-Present

Assistant Dean for Special Programs and Initiatives,
August 2011-Present

Instructor Christian Social Ethics,
January 2008-Present
New Brunswick Theological Seminary, New Brunswick, NJ

Princeton University
Lecturer September 2008 December 2011

Gente y Cuentos (People and Stories), Trenton, NJ
July 2008-July 2009
Program and Grants Manager, coordinated programs and grants for humanities organization that shares the arts with grass roots communities and through short stories in literature reaches underserved populations.

Drew Theological School, Drew University
Coordinator of Transdisciplinary Theological Colloquium
Fall 2008
Assisted the dean and faculty with the organization of the eighth annual Transdisciplinary Theological Colloquium titled: Decolonizing Epistemology: New Latina/o Knowledge.

Teaching Instructor 2007-2009

Westminster Presbyterian Church, Trenton NJ
Outreach Coordinator for Hispanic Ministry and
Director of After School Mentoring and Tutoring Program

Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, NJ
February-June 2006
Interim Director, The Hispanic/Latino(a) Leadership Program,

Saint Francis High School, Louisville, KY 2000-2001
Spanish Teacher

Independent Contractor, PCUSA, Louisville, KY

Teaching Assistant, East Stroudsburg, PA

Young Adult Intern, PCUSA, Louisville, KY

Diaconal Mission Worker, PCUSA, Colombia & Venezuela, S.A.

Academic Intern, Church World Service, Miami, FL


College of Wooster
- SIGMA DELTA PI National Spanish Honorary Society, Member
- Co-chair of Students for Peace through Action
- International Students Association, Member
- Black Students Association, Associate Member
- Honors Senior Thesis: The Outcry of Mothers of Plaza De Mayo: A Response to Human Rights Violations in Argentina.

Harvard University
- Full academic fellowship
- Co-chair of Nueva Generación, Latino/a Student Association at Harvard Divinity School
- Student representative to alumni board of directors of Harvard Divinity School

Princeton Theological Seminary
- Full academic fellowship 2002-03
- Co-moderator of the Association of Latino/a Hispanic American Seminarians, 2003-04
- The Jagow Prize in Preaching, spring 2004
- The Fellowship Prize in Religion and Society, spring 2005 for
Senior Thesis: The Religious Dimensions of Chavismo in Venezuela.

Drew University
- Luce Doctoral Fellowship
- Coordinator Transdisciplinary Theological Colloquium: Decolonizing Epistemology: New Knowing in Latina/o Philosophy and Theology, fall 2008

Church Membership
- Stony Point Presbyterian Church, Stony Point, NY
- Ordained Elder, 2000

- American Academy of Religion
- La Comunidad, Grad Student Representative 2011-2013
- Society of Christian Ethics


- Hispanic Theological Initiative, Doctoral Fellowship, 2007-08; Doctoral renewal, 2008-09, Comprehensive year renewal, 2009-10, Dissertation Fellowship, 2011-12
- Luce Doctoral Fellowship, Center for Christianities in Global Contexts, Drew University, 2007-08


- Edited original video script in Spanish for the Presbyterian Church of Venezuela. International Mission, 1991
- Created and edited educational materials on AIDS awareness for 11,000 PCUSA congregations. Health Ministries, 1992
- Translated Christian Education curriculum magazine for Presbyterian Church USA for distribution to all congregations in the United States of Spanish speaking membership. Hispanic Ministries, 1992
- Wrote and edited speeches and various other materials for various PCUSA church administrators. International Ministries, 1999-2000


Moros, M.K. (1994). Our Mestiza Memory Is Like A Broken Mirror. Paper presented at Native American Council Meeting at Harvard Divinity School. Cambridge, MA.

Moros, M.K. (2005). Las Perspectivas de Algunos Cristianos Venezolanos Ante la Propuesta Bolivariana de Gobierno del Presidente Chávez. Paper presented at Foro Ecuménico Social, Instituto Ecuménico de Estudios Superiores. Caracas, Venezuela.

Moros, M.K. (2007). Loving the Other Woman, Breaking With Latin Americas Decent, Straight and Other Behavior: A Latina Story of Postcolonial Love. Paper presented at Drew Universitys Seventh Transdisciplinary Theological Colloquium: Planetary Loves: Postcoloniality, Gender, and Theology. Madison, NJ.

Moros, M.K. (2012). El Amor Como Base de la Resistencia: Hacia una Etica de la Dignidad. Paper presented at Latin American Biblical University. San Jose, Costa Rica.


"A Postcolonial Review of a Postcolonial Play: The Convert." Journal of Postcolonial Networks, May 2012 http://postcolonialnetworks.com/2012/05/22/moros_on_guirira/

"El Encuentro con el Desencanto: "Ocupemos", ¿la Protesta de un Nuevo Sujeto?"
Presencia Ecuménica, Nro. 73, sept-dic 2011, September 2011


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