Trina Leberer

Director of Pacific Regional Partnerships
, The Nature Conservancy
Profile / Bio: 

Trina is the Director of Pacific Regional Partnerships, leading TNC’s engagement with key partners to advance large-scale conservation initiatives in the Pacific Islands region, including identifying and pursuing emerging public funding opportunities. Previously in her role as Pacific Division Director, she oversaw TNC’s work in the Federated States of Micronesia, Guam, the Marshall Islands, the Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, Papua New Guinea, and the Solomon Islands, to improve the management of marine areas, coastal zones, adjacent watersheds, and tropical forests, conserving the region’s exceptional biodiversity and benefitting local communities in terms of livelihoods and ecosystem services. She has lived on the island of Guam since 1994, and prior to joining TNC, worked for the Guam Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources for seven years as a Biologist, Fisheries Supervisor, and Acting Chief. Trina has an MSc in Biology from the University of Guam Marine Laboratory and a BA in Environmental, Populational, and Organismic Biology from the University of Colorado, Boulder.


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