We are a project under Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs (SEE) and we are an extension of SEE's mission.
Mission: The mission of SEE is to empower, encourage, and catalyze projects so that we can collaborate and facilitate progressive change in the area of social and environmental justice.
Purpose: As a fiscal sponsor, SEE incubates projects that will make a cultural impact by creating progressive, social, and environmental change. Our projects provide constructive innovations at grassroots levels and long-term cultural transformation to create a more socially just and environmentally sustainable world.
SEE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit company
Carolyn Trocino, Director of Poison Free Agoura, is a native Californian who believes nature and wildlife are the catalysts for her creativity and purpose. She learned about the impact rodent poisons had on urban wildlife, domestic pets, and people from Poison Free Malibu, and it inspired her to move forward with Poison Free Agoura. The Poison Free Agoura team is a fantastic and dedicated team of Agoura Hills residents who share Carolyn's passion for "people, pets, and pumas."
She also holds a position on the Old Agoura Homeowners Board of Directors as the Director of Urban Wildlife Education and Communication, and she monitors the health of wildlife in her neighborhood via her trail cameras. Carolyn writes a quarterly newsletter called, "The Critter Chronicle" that provides information on coexisting with urban wildlife in Agoura Hills.
Carolyn has over 20 years of work experience in corporations. She is also a guest facilitator who teaches methods of creative problem solving and innovative practices to university students.
She resides in Old Agoura with her husband, three horses, a dog, a cat, and her beloved wild friends!