- M.P.H., Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, 2023
- B.S., Biology and Anthropology, St. Mary's College of Maryland, 2018
- Dr. Charles H. Powell Award, American Industrial Hygiene Association – Northern California Section (2022)
- NIOSH Industrial Hygiene Traineeship (2021-2023)
- Kaiser Permanente Scholar, University of California, Berkeley (2021-2023)
- American Industrial Hygiene Association (member), Stewardship and Sustainability Subcommittee
- American Industrial Hygiene Association, Northern California Section (member)
Ms. Tineo is an environmental health scientist who specializes in industrial hygiene, environmental exposure assessment, and health risk assessment. Her master's thesis focused on evaluating the use of wearable technology to mitigate occupational heat stress through continuous personal and physiological monitoring.
Ms. Tineo's experience includes conducting chemical and physical exposure assessments (e.g., benzene, toluene, hydrogen sulfide, heat, and noise) qualitative and quantitative data analysis, literature reviews, developing injury and illness prevention programs, and data visualization utilizing ArcGIS. Prior to her industrial hygiene work, Ms. Tineo conducted environmental monitoring including stormwater and greenhouse gas sampling to support river and meadow restoration projects.
Ms. Tineo received her M.P.H. in Environmental Health Sciences with a concentration in Industrial Hygiene from UC Berkeley School of Public Health. She brings a strong background of biological and environmental sciences. She received her B.S. in Biology and B.A. in Anthropology from St. Mary's College of Maryland.