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Fairbanks Hall

Fairbanks Hall 309A

220 NW 26th Street

220 NW 26th Street
Corvallis, OR 97331

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Erin O'Shea Sneller is the marketing and communications manager for the School of Arts and Communication, where she leads marketing efforts and event coordination for art, music, speech communication, digital communication arts, graphic design and theatre. She also coordinates the SAC Presents performing arts series and promotes the College of Liberal Arts' American Strings series. Sneller is the 2018 recipient of the Carolyn Maresh Professional Staff Award in the College of Liberal Arts. Prior to her current position, she served for 12 years as the publicist and events coordinator for the music department and coordinated the Music a' la Carte Concert Series. Before working at Oregon State University, she was the administrative coordinator at Old Mill Center for Children and Families in Corvallis, and also served as the director of alumni relations at City University of Seattle, Washington. She holds a Bachelor of Science in journalism from the University of Kansas, and a Master of Business Administration from City University of Seattle. A native of Kansas, Sneller spent eight years living in Seattle prior to moving to Oregon. She has been active as a volunteer and advocate for the arts in Corvallis and has held positions on the Benton County Cultural Coalition, the board of directors for the Corvallis-OSU Symphony, and the board of Corvallis-Piano International. She was a member of the performing arts committee for the Da Vinci Days festival, managed the Shady Stage for the 25th anniversary festival in 2013, and is currently on the Board of Directors. Sneller also serves as secretary on the Visit Corvallis Board of Directors and serves on a marketing advisory committee for the Corvallis Repertory Singers. Erin lives in Corvallis with her husband Steve and a small but beloved dog, and has two children who have both attended OSU.