Trunos is a holder of a Master’s degree in public health with Atlantic International University and a Diploma in Business Administration. He has also achieved other several courses in Automotive industry and is a Class one skilled technician in automotive engineering.
On public Health Trunos together with the Zimbabwe team, designed the sample transport system in Zimbabwe working with a USAID sponsored project The UNION. In 2015 during the EVD outbreak in Liberia, Trunos was part of the Global Ebola response team where he played a leading role in designing and setting up the sample transport system network across the entire country for the referral of EVD and other priority disease specimens to the Laboratories. The sample transport project being sponsored by United states Center for Disease Control (CDC), Trunos is the Business Official and a Point of contact under the CoAg with CDC..
On Fleet Management Trunos was also involved in setting up Riders operations systems in other African countries of note are Lesotho (2008), Kenya (2009), and Madagascar (2014).
Trunos worked himself up in the Riders Zimbabwe programme, from the motorcycle workshop as a mechanic (2003) to be a workshop supervisor (2003-4)- motorcycle section, an Uhuru fabricator- motorcycle ambulance (2004-5), marketing manager (2005-7), Midlands province provincial manager (2007-9) technical manager (2009-10) supervising mixed technicians including motor vehicle mechanics, sample transport manager (2010-11), and then, operations manager (2011-current) in charge of Sample transport systems and workshop management systems.