Trina has a multi-faceted background as an environmental philanthropy and business strategy consultant, entrepreneur, non-profit board chair, venture capitalist and wilderness skills educator. Her passion for the environment took root early and has led her to great work and play adventures throughout her life. Trina graduated from Princeton University and received an MBA from Dartmouth’s Tuck School. She has served on the boards of the National Outdoor Leadership School, The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, The Watershed School, and the Women’s Wilderness Institute. In the business arena, she has helped fund, found, and take public SweetWater, Inc., has served as Director of Development for 1% for the Planet, and has provided philanthropic and strategic counsel, market research, and business planning to a variety of clients. Trina’s go-to ride starts at her mailbox on the Peak to Peak Highway and climbs 1,500 feet to Brainard Lake in the Indian Peaks Wilderness of Boulder County, CO.
Trina has participated in Climate Ride California 2013, California 2015, Northeast 2015, and Pacific Northwest 2016.