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Diana Zinkl works in policy analysis in federal, state and local government, nonprofits and the private sector. She has a JD and Masters in City and Regional Planning from the University of California, Berkeley, and a degree in Chemistry and Math from Michigan State University. She lives in Denver, Colorado, with five bicycles and no car.
Papers, reports and publications
Diana Zinkl, Chair, WMATA Riders’ Advisory Council, Record Statement, at “Back on Track: WMATA Red Line Metrorail Accident and Continual Funding Challenges,” before the United States House of Representatives, Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, Subcommittee on Federal Workforce, Postal Service, and District of Columbia, July 14, 2009, Washington, DC.
Diana Zinkl, Chair, WMATA Riders’ Advisory Council, Testimony, at “Oversight Hearing: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority,” before the United States House of Representatives, Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, Subcommittee on Federal Workforce, Postal Service, and District of Columbia, April 29, 2009, Washington, DC.
Diana Zinkl, An Outsider’s View of Environmental Prosecution, in ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES PROSECUTION MANUAL (California District Attorneys’ Association, 2004).
Thesis: Who’s Tending the Environment? California’s Local Prosecutors. On file at the University of California—Berkeley Library.
Student note: New York City Environmental Justice Alliance v. Guiliani, asserting that a private right of action exists under section 602 of the Civil Rights Act.
Student note: Environmental Justice and Transportation Planning, cataloging examples of private citizens’ suits asserting environmental justice claims in the context of transportation planning under various legal theories.
Allen White & Diana Zinkl, Standardisation, in SUSTAINABLE MEASURES: EVALUATION AND REPORTING OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL PERFORMANCE 117 (Martin Bennett et al. eds., 1999).
Michael P. Jensen et al. Hydrolytic Dealkylation of Organocobaloximes Related to Coenzyme B12: Ligand Influences, 38 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 2386 (1999).
Allen White & Diana Zinkl, Raising Standardization, ENVIRONMENTAL LAW FORUM, Jan./Feb. 1998 at 28.
Panelist, WMATA Budget Town Hall Meeting, Washington, DC (October 20, 2009). Participant in public panel discussing the projected 2011 budget for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, with question and answer from the audience.
Diana Zinkl, Navigating Washington: Sailing through Unfamiliar Waters, Presentation for National States Geographic Information Council (March 2005). Presentation to over 100 state and local representatives of NSGIC at first annual Washington meeting.
Diana Zinkl and Leighann Lenti, Washington, DC, Legislative Brief, Presentation for Closeup (January 18, 2005). Presentation to over 200 high school seniors on an educational visit to Washington.
Diana Zinkl, Who’s Tending the Environment? California’s Local Prosecutors, an Overview, Presentation at Advanced Topics in Environmental Enforcement (June 5, 2002). Presentation to over 100 local prosecutors at annual convention.
Diana Zinkl, Bringing Order to Chaos: A Vision of Standardized Environmental Reporting, Presentation at New England Enviro Expo, World Trade Center (May 6, 1998).
- Riders Who Refuse Bag Search Will Be Observed, January 6, 2011
Prog Blog posts
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