Staff

Lorie Mariano

Lorie is the Events Manager for CITRIS headquarters at UC Berkeley. She manages the events staff, room rentals, and all event scoping, design, coordination, implementation, and post-event evaluation. Lorie is the “go-to” contact person for all CITRIS-related events at the UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz campuses.

Cheryl Martinez

Cheryl implements communications activities across digital and print media and ​​maintains the organization’s brand identity. Cheryl joined CITRIS in the summer of 2011.

Cynthia McCarley

Cynthia is the Administrative Assistant to CITRIS at UC Santa Cruz. She provides executive-level support for multiple computer science research centers, including the Storage Systems Research Center (SSRC), Center for Research in Storage Systems (CRSS), Data Science at Santa Cruz (DSSC), and Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS).

Nate Metzler

Nate coordinates and promotes CITRIS programs on the UC Davis campus. He led the Sustainability Prize competition and was instrumental in launching the CITRIS Mobile App Challenge at UC Davis in 2015.

Peter Minor

Peter is a co-Founder of the CITRIS Foundry technology incubator and previously served as Research & Development Manager for the CITRIS Sustainable Infrastructures Initiative. He is infinitely passionate about technology and its potential to solve big problems.

Chris Myers

Chris Myers co-manages operations at the CITRIS Invention Lab, an on campus, digital fabrication Makerspace.

Eugene Noh

Eugene Noh serves on the CITRIS Foundry management team as the Partnerships Lead. He also has an appointment at the Haas School of Business where he serves as the Program Manager for the NSF I-Corps. While at the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (SCET), he managed startup programs and international partnerships.

Brandie Nonnecke

Dr. Brandie Nonnecke is the Research & Development Manager for CITRIS, UC Berkeley and Program Director for CITRIS, UC Davis. Her research focuses on how information and communication technologies (ICTs) can be used as tools to support civic participation, to improve governance and accountability, and to foster economic and social development. She previously served as […]

Adriel Olmos

As the CITRIS Multimedia Specialist, Adriel showcases CITRIS research and special events through visual storytelling mediums such as cinematography and photography. He is a recent graduate from the Department of Film Studies at UC Berkeley.