Full Time Employees

Brandon Trelstad: Sustainability Officer

After earning a degree in environmental science and working four years in OSU’s Government Relations office, Brandon helped create the Sustainability Officer position in November, 2005.  His primary duties include employee engagment, academic engagement, sustainability in construction & development, renewable energy systems, policy change and charting OSU's strategic sustainability direction. Brandon chairs OSU's Transportation Committee and Sustainability Advisory Council, and serves on several other committees as well.

In 2010, Brandon was recognized by 1000 Friends of Oregon as one of the state's 35 Innovators Under 35.  Read more in an April 2011 article about Brandon and the Sustainability Office. 

Email Brandon

Leticia Cavazos: Sustainability Assessment Manager

Leticia was hired as a student at the Sustainability Office in June of 2014. After earning a PhD in Industrial Engineering in December 2016, she transitioned to a full-time position. Her primary duties include sustainability assessment & reporting, utility data acquisition & analysis, managing the Eco-Reps program, sustainable purchasing & procurement, and new employee orientation.

Email Leticia

Student Team

Jack Woods: Utility Data Analyst Student Technician

Jack first became involved with Sustainability at OSU in October 2016 as Finley Hall's Eco-rep. He organized events, managed the composting program, and performed outreach while working alongside the Sustainability Office. In April 2017, Jack Joined the Sustainability Office as a Utility Data Analyst Student Technician. Jack is a computer science major; he primarily focuses on data management, special projects regarding computer information technology, and website tools. 

Brogan Miner: Student Software Systems Engineer

Brogan joined the Sustainability Office in spring 2018 as a Student Software Systems Engineer. He is an Electrical and Computer Engineering major with a minor in Computer Science. His duties in the office include the maintenance, proposal and implementation of software systems. Other tasks include the support for real time utility tracking systems. He has a passion for technology and also the outdoors.

Amira Smith: Digital Media Marketing and Outreach Student

Amira joined the Sustainability Office in spring 2019 as the Digital Media Marketing and Outreach Assistant. She is an Environmental Sciences major with a specialization in Applied Ecology and she has a French minor and YTT 200 Hour Certification as well. She is one of the co-presidents for the Environmental Sciences Club and she is passionate about working with students and connecting them with nature and healthy foods. Amira manages the Sustainability Office's social media presence and the Ecologue, markets Sustainability Office programs like the Green Office Certification and Green Lab Certification, performs outreach at events, and coordinates with Campus Recycling and the Civic Engagement & Leadership office for event planning and other partnerships. 

Ryan Camp: Graphic Design Student

Ryan joined the Sustainability Office team in the Spring of 2019 as the Graphic Designer. He is a Senior with a major in Digital Communication Arts with a focus in content production and social network analysis. He is responsible for the visual content creation for social media and print marketing for the partnerships and events affiliated with the Sustainability office. He is a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity where he also creates media content and holds a position on the internal cabinet as Chapter Historian. While away from the computer, Ryan is involved with the coordination of events and hands on outreach which aim to encourage the adoption of sustainable practices.

Fionn O'Longaigh: Energy Project Student Technician

Fionn joined the Sustainability Office in spring 2018 as the Energy Project Student Technician. He is a bioengineering major with an interest in alternative energy sources and sustainable material use. Fionn's role in the office includes maintaining technical energy equipment like the solar arrays and electric vehicle chargers and performing tasks such as sustainability assessments, construction plan reviews, and outreach. His favorite part of the job is running around campus for monthly meter reads. 

Madeleine Moyano: Student Policy Specialist

Madeleine joined the Sustainability Office in December 2019 as the Student Policy Specialist. She is an Environmental Science and Public Policy double major and is especially interested in alternative energy policy. Madeleine is a member of the Presidential Student Legislative Advocates (PSLA) and participates in OSU lobbying activities at the capitol. In the office, she works with various campus stakeholders to support policies and actions that reduce OSU’s carbon footprint.



The Sustainability Office exists to - in the most sustainable way possible - support OSU’s mission to promote economic, social, cultural and environmental progress for the people of Oregon, the nation and the world. The Sustainability Office fosters a culture of sustainability, enhances student competency around issues of sustainability, reduces the university’s overall environmental impact and communicates sustainability efforts to the campus community and external audiences. It aims to offer the highest quality of services to the OSU campus in its four functional areas:

  • Infrastructure and Policy
  • Outreach and Communication
  • Assessment
  • Student Engagement and Academic Support

Mirroring the interdisciplinary nature of sustainability, many projects and initiatives overlap multiple functional areas. Several projects and programs detailed on this website are managed or directly supported by the Office, while others are partnerships with other OSU units.


The Oregon State University Sustainability Office is housed within University Facilities, Infrastructure and Operations, part of the Finance and Administration division. The Sustainability Office was formed by the creation of a full time sustainability position in November 2005. In December 2007, an additional half-time position was created primarily to support the collection and management of campus utility data. In November 2008, the half-time position was moved to a permanent full time position and duties expanded to focus on energy conservation efforts.