Mandy L. Tabrizi serves as a program coordinator at the Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases. She works closely with the members of the AgView team on the development, enhancement, and implementation of AgView. She assists in providing end-user support, designing educational materials and informational documents, and recognizing evaluation opportunities.
Tabrizi previously served as an Extension Assistant and TX First Detector Coordinator for the Texas Plant Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (TPDDL/TX Plant Clinic) in College Station, TX. At the TX Plant Clinic, she managed the business functions, maintained the website, provided service knowledge and friendly customer service to clients, organized trainings and developed materials for the TX First Detector program, designed promotional materials and marketed the clinic at tradeshows, coordinated with extension specialists and governmental employees on the implementation of plant health trainings, and developed educational videos under their social media strategic design.
Tabrizi holds a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Science and Horticulture Science from Texas A&M University, where she specialized in agriculture education and nursery/greenhouse production and management. She currently holds her Agriculture Science teaching certification for grades 6-12. She then obtained a Master of Agriculture in Agricultural Development where she received a certification in International Agriculture & Resource Management as part of her graduate work.