Ms. Brenda J. Trainor, a resident of Monrovia for over twenty years, worked in the public sector for several decades, serving local, state, and federal government agencies in Washington, D.C.; Texas; California; and Nevada. After leaving public service, Ms. Trainor began Frontier Trail Strategies, a communications and technology policy consulting practice. She was also a founding executive of the first competitive telecom provider in Los Angeles County. Ms. Trainor is a columnist for Business Life Magazine. She and her husband are small business owners operating a family-run dog daycare and boarding facility, Wonder Dog Ranch, located in Monrovia.
Committed to community service, Ms. Trainor is active with several Chambers of Commerce, the Monrovia Community Emergency Response Team, and BizFed. She serves on the board of MADIA Tech Launch, is an advisory board member for the K-12 Foothill Consortium, and is chairperson of the Measure K Citizens' Advisory Committee in Monrovia.
Ms. Trainor feels her efforts to serve on this committee are essential to engage the community in the college's activities and help assure transparency and accountability in the expenditure of public funds.
As a business organization representative on the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee, Ms. Trainor is serving a two-year term.
updated May 24, 2023