The Pollinators Information Network of the Americas (PINA) is one of six thematic networks established under the Inter-American Biodiversity Information Network (IABIN). In late 2005, the PINA issued a Request for Expressions of Interest, seeking to identify a coordinating institution or institutions for the Pollinators Thematic Network. A consortium, lead by The Pollinator Partnership (P2) was announced as the successful candidate for coordinating and developing the .

The Co-Principal Investigators on the PINA project are Ms. Laurie Adams (Executive Director of The Pollinator Partnership - P2), Dr. Antonio Mauro Saraiva (Coordinator of the Agricultural Automation Lab at the University of Sao Paulo Polytechnic School), and Dr. Michael Ruggiero (formerly of the United States Geological Survey, now with the Smithsonian Institution).