Mae Anne Mangaoil, Fall 2020 Engaged Citizen Program Graduate

Congratulations to LSU College of Engineering and LSU Cain Department of Chemical Engineering graduate Mae Anne Mangaoil of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, one of CCELL’s Fall 2020 Engaged Citizens.

Mae Anne Mangaoil from the waist up, smiling, wearing a long-sleeved purple shirt and a medal with purple and gold ribbon around her neck, outdoors in front of a tree

When reflecting on her volunteer work, Mae Anne shared the following statement.

“To me, doing service is like giving someone your extra pair of glasses so they could also see and enjoy the beauty of the world around them like you do. There is nothing more rewarding than seeing other people smile and be thankful because of you. That’s why I think that it is very important for every individual in the community to be involved and be an engaged citizen.”

Some of Mae Anne’s volunteer efforts include Habitat for Humanity of Greater Baton Rouge, LSU Tigers for Autism Awareness, and LSU Office of Multicultural Affairs sponsored MLK Day of Service.

Congratulations, Mae Anne! CCELL and LSU Campus Life wish you luck in your future endeavors!

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