Board of Commissioners
Rosella May Cook
Although she’s originally from Minnesota, Rosella May Cook (Rose to her friends) has been calling Nevada home since the late 1960s, when her family followed the trail of the westward migration to California and then Nevada. And rural Nevada is where her heart has made its home.
Rose spent her working years predominantly in the fields of real estate and accounting. She is putting her business experience and first-hand knowledge of rural Nevada to constructive use as a member of the Nevada Rural Housing Authority Board of Commissioners. Read More
It seems fitting that the longest-serving member of the current Nevada Rural Housing Authority Board of Commissioners is a true rural Nevadan. Roger Mancebo was born and raised in Lovelock, where he has been a successful businessman and highly involved in municipal government for over 40 years. Read More
By her own admission, Joni Eastley has a “servant’s heart.” Her career has been built on community service, her free time is filled with volunteer work, and in November of 2015, she began a four-year term as a Commissioner for the Nevada Rural Housing Authority Board. Read More
Luwana Ferguson joined the board in 2017, bringing a unique perspective and strong desire to help people in the community she has called home for the past eight years. Read More
Mike Giles joined the Board in 2018, and is currently the mayor of Lovelock.