C. Bowdoin Train
C. Bowdoin Train is the former Treasurer of The Ocean Foundation and Managing Partner of the Grosvenor Fund. He "joined the Administration of President George Bush as a senior official in the Environmental Protection Agency in 1991. He then joined the first Grosvenor Fund in 1995. Among his charitable activities, Mr. Train serves on the board of The Nature Conservancy (Maryland/D.C. Chapter) and the African Wildlife Foundation. He previously completed three years of service on the Board of Hospice Care of the District of Columbia." 
"Mr. Train is a Managing Partner of The Grosvenor Funds, having joined the firm in December, 1995. Grosvenor is currently investing its fourth fund targeting early-stage, IP protected technologies addressing large market opportunities, with an East Coast geographic focus. Over the past 10 years, Mr. Train and his partners have made over 60 venture capital investments.
"Prior to joining Grosvenor, Mr. Train spent most of his career advising, financing, managing and funding private companies across several industries, including health care, telecommunications and environmental services. Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, Mr. Train practiced law with Shaw, Pittman, LLP, in Washington, DC. His practice focused on corporate finance, including venture capital transactions and mergers and acquisitions. In 1991, Mr. Train joined the administration of President George Bush as a senior official at the Environmental Protection Agency...
- "Biography", Ocean Foundation, Accessed October 2006.