Books

  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. Miracle on Cooper Street, Lessons From an Inner City: Archway Publishing, 2014. 

  • Bonilla Santiago, G. Hispanic Women Leaders Breaking Ground and Barriers: Developing Effective Leadership. Marin Publications, San Diego, CA, 1992.

  • Bonilla Santiago, G. Organizing Puerto Rican Migrant Farmworkers: The Experience of Puerto Ricans in New Jersey. Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., New York, London, Ben, 1988.

 

Academic Inquiry Brief Proposals

  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. Executive Masters of Public Administration in Community Development in Puerto Rico, Accreditation Approved, 2016; The Graduate Department of Public Policy and Administration, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Camden Campus.
  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. Educational and Leadership Concentration Brief Proposal for Reaccreditation, 2015; Presented to the Council for the Reaccreditation of Educator Preparation program in Washington, DC.
  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. Graduate Certificate in Community Development in Puerto Rico, Approved by Puerto Rico Council on Higher Education, 2014; The Graduate Department of Public Policy and Administration, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Camden Campus.
  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. Educational Policy and Leadership Concentration Approved by TEAC 2009: Graduate Department of Public Policy and Administration, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Camden Campus.

Research Reports

  • Bonilla-Santiago, “Assessing the Impact of Leadership Development in Four Regions.” A Report for the President’s Program for Research in Service to New Jersey, 2006.

  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. “The Past Informs the Future: An Oral History/Research Study of the Center for Hispanic Policy, Research and Development,” NJ Department of Community Affairs, Trenton, NJ, 1997.

  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. (Ed), “Camden Counts: A Strategic Plan for the LEAP Academy”, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Center for Strategic Urban Community Leadership, January, 1995.

  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. Hispanic Women’s Resource Centers: A Retrospective View (1989 – 1994), Division of Women, NJ Department of Community Affairs, Trenton, NJ, May 3, 1994.

  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. (with J. Quiroz and L. Estrada). “Twenty-Two Hispanic Leaders Discuss Poverty.” Policy Analysis Center, Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation, National Council of La Raza, Washington, D.C., 1990.

  • Bonilla-Santiago, G (with J. Quiroz). “On My Own Mexican American Women, Self-Sufficiency, and the Family Support Act.” Policy Analysis Center, Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation, National Council of La Raza, Washington, D.C. 1990.

  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. (with D. Chavis and B. Wilson). A Needs Assessment of the Camden County REACH Program. Consortium for Social Progress, Rutgers University, School of Social Work, Camden, NJ, 1990.

Selected presentations

Papers Presented 2015- present

  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. “The  Miracle on Cooper Street: A Case Study of Community Transformation and Engaged Scholarship,” presented at the Leadership in the Clouds Annual Event, Chavez Contemplation Breakfast: “Reflection and moving forward”, North Carolina, March 31, 2016. (Keynote Speaker)

  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. “To Educate and Empower the Lives of Women and Girls,” presented to the General Services Administration’s Mid-Atlantic Region in Philadelphia, PA, March 8, 2016. (Guest Speaker).

  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. “The Miracle on Cooper Street: A Case Study of Community Transformation and Engaged Scholarship,” presented at the Institute for Research on Women Distinguished Lecture Series, Institute for Research on Women, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ,  February 11, 2016. (Workshop Presenter)

  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. “Shifting Cities: Urban Heritage in the 21st Century,” presented at the Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies Program at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, on November 14, 2015. (Workshop Presenter)
  • Bonilla-Santiago, G.Building Coalitions for Latino Leadership,presented at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Office for Student Diversity and Inclusion, Cambridge, MA, October 1, 2015. (Keynote Speaker)

  • Bonilla-Santiago, G. A Miracle on Cooper Street: A case study of how a university professor transform a community through a school named the LEAP Academy Charter School,” presented at the 2015 Urban Affairs Association Conference, Miami, FL., April 9, 2015. (Workshop Presenter)