Katherine Bronstein is an environmental scientist and engineer in RTI International’s Environmental and Health Sciences Division. She has experience in environmental assessment of industrial operations, environmental policy, emissions inventory development, all stages of regulatory development for U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) air quality and climate change programs. Ms. Bronstein provides project management and technical support for a wide variety of projects both domestically and internationally. She was involved in a Sri Lanka field study to measure indoor air pollution from biomass cookstoves. Under contracts with EPA, she has delivered several formal capacity-building training sessions on greenhouse gas (GHG) emission inventory development for environmental agencies in Colombia, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Peru, and the United States. She holds a Masters degree in Environmental Science Engineering (University of North Carolina).