Wanda Crannell, Faculty Advisor

158 Strand Agricultural Hall
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-2911
(541) 737-2999
wanda.crannell@oregonstate.edu

Meet Wanda: Wanda is our fearless advisor. She serves as an amazing mentor to both the MANRRS and SACNAS chapters, in addition to her job as an academic advisor for the BioResource Research major within the College of Agricultural Sciences. Wanda is always willing to answer questions the team has about the organization and how we should plan events. Her wealth of knowledge is incredibly valuable to our success as a chapter!

Ruben Lopez, Chapter President & Region 6 Vice-President

Major: Animal Science & Bioresource Research
Lopezcar@oregonstate.edu

“Serving as a MANRRS Chapter officer is an opportunity I look forward to as it will help me to continue to expand my growth in professionalism and build new connections. Through MANRRS I will also be able to bring minorities awareness of the opportunities that are available in all sorts of fields.”

Marisol De La Torre, Vice-President

Major: Sociology; Option: Crime & Justice
Minors: Business and Spanish
delatoma@oregonstate.edu

“I am very excited to serve as OSU’s MANRRS Chapter Vice President for 2020-2021! I have been a part of MANRRS for almost three years now. This incredible organization has granted me--and many others--the opportunity to grow professionally and personally while exploring career paths in agriculture, natural resources, and related sciences.”

Mixtli Rodriguez Cardoso, Historian/Webmaster

Major: Public Health; Option: Health Promotion & Health Behavior
rodrimix@oregonstate.edu

"My personal experiences motivate me to create and advocate for a space where everyone’s voice is heard. I contribute & remain civically involved through my passion for healthcare. Where I consistently work to engage in Health promotion, direct service, social justice and self-development."

Eric Giovani Soto, Community Representatives

Major: Crop & Soil Sciences
sotoeri@oregonstate.edu

 “I’m excited to be part and work with this great team. I have heard great things about MANRRS and just by the short time I have been part of MANRRS inspired myself to serve as an officer.”

Jazmine Tellez, Parliamentarian

Major: Communication
tellezj@oregonstate.edu

"I am eager, stoked + excited to grow, learn + work alongside the MANRRS Officers team 2020-2021 school year. Knowing I have a good team to work with"

Kevin Sanchez, Community Representatives

Major: BioResource Research
Sancheke@oregonstate.edu

"I am excited to serve as a MANRRS Chapter officer because it's a great opportunity to meet people who share a similar background story as you and a great way to form new friendships. This is also a great opportunity for me to get out of my comfort zone and get the best out of this experience."

Angel McNabb-Lyons, Secretary

Major: Graphic Design
mcnabbla@oregonstate.edu

"What I am most excited about serving MANRRS is being able to connect with new people and have an active role on campus. I'm a person that enjoys crafting new relationships but also being able to connect others to new information and resources! This will be a new environment for me but I'm ready to do my best!"

Diana Yanira Solano López, Publicity Manager

Major: UEXP
solanold@oregonstate.edu

"As a publicity manager I am thrilled for this new opportunity that will allow me to explore numerous skills, one of them being marketing. I am happy that I will be involved in my community by providing and maintaining a professional media image. MANRRS is a club that I am honored to form part of and share my passion as a first generation and Latina student."

Dennet Flores Elizondo, Treasurer

Major: Bioresource Research
floreden@oregonstate.edu

"I hope to become a renewable energy specialist and look forward to networking opportunities in MANRRS. I would like to help generate employment by developing ways to use leftover agricultural products such as onion remains and silage corn for ethanol production. I want to start in Nyssa to be able to give back to my community."