Bio: Trinetta is a research analyst and manager for the Aerial History Project, which aims to measure the impact of climate change on human migration using machine learning techniques and a unique archive of 1.6 million historical aerial photographs.

Previously, she was a research manager and analyst at the Energy Policy Institute at University of Chicago (EPIC) Climate Impact Lab team, which quantifies the global impacts of climate change on economic outcomes. Her interests are focused on environment policy and international development, particularly on issues pertaining to nutrition and poverty. Trinetta graduated with a Masters of Public Policy from the Goldman School at the University of California, Berkeley.

Fields of Interest: International development, environmental policy, climate change, nutrition and poverty