Environmental Justice Tribes and Indigenous Peoples Advisor
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Tina Davis is a Tribal citizen of North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians of California and works in the US EPA’s Region 5 Tribal & Multi-media Programs Office. She began her environmental career over twenty years ago as the Director of Environmental and Natural Resources at Cold Springs Rancheria of Mono Indians of California. Since joining the US EPA in 2006, she has worked in and currently in Region 5. In her over seventeen years at EPA, she has served as a Tribal liaison, project officer, lead region coordinator for Tribal solid waste, manager of a technical assistance team for greening Tribal casinos and is currently the regional program lead for the General Assistance Program, the regional Tribal training
coordinator, and serves as the R5 Environmental Justice Tribes and Indigenous Peoples Advisor. She is also proud to be serving a two-year term as the National Chairperson for the US EPA’s American Indian Advisory Council, an internal agency council comprised of EPA’s American Indian and Alaska Native employees.