Trina Martynowicz's diverse professional background spans a wide range of environmental professions, including environmental science, policy, and engineering. Such efforts include promoting clean technologies to further reduce air emissions, overseeing air emission controls for highly emitting sources, creating national policy in cleaning up highly contaminated sites, and removing harmful pesticides from the U.S. market. She currently works at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in San Francisco in the Clean Energy and Climate Change Office overseeing a national partnership between Federal, state, and local governments and private industries to enhance and expedite innovative clean technologies aimed to reduce regional air pollutants and greenhouse gases in California's worst air quality areas. In addition, she works in the transportation sector with the West Coast Collaborative, a voluntary public-private partnership to reduce diesel fuel use though various tools and partnerships. Trina previous professional experiences include working at the EPA in Washington DC to set regulation and guidance to cleanup the nation's most contaminated Federal properties. Her efforts also led to the creation of unprecedented national policies to minimize adverse environmental impacts of pollution to Native American Indians and environmental justice communities. In additional to her activities with Full Circle Fund, Trina serves on the Board of the Young Professionals in Energy, a non-profit that provides a forum for education, networking and career development for professionals in the energy industry throughout the Bay Area. As a California native, Trina received Bachelors degrees in Environmental Science and Politics from the University of California at Santa Cruz and as a lover of the Big Apple, received a Masters degree in Environmental Science and Policy from Columbia University.