Trinity came to Elevate with a passion for reproductive health justice and research. She is specifically interested in improving maternal and infant health disparities through transdisciplinary research. Trinity has worked with various communities in the Southeast and has done extensive work in the non-profit sector. Prior to joining Elevate, Trinity worked as a Program Manager for Girls, Inc. of Central Alabama. She also served with Teach for America through teaching middle school mathematics in Orlando, FL and led Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion consultations and training in various industries. In her academic career, she conducted and presented health disparity research in multiple fields, including quantitative psychology, public health, and medical anthropology.
Trinity is currently working towards her PhD in Integrative Anthropological Sciences with a concentration in medical anthropology from the University of Central Florida. Her dissertation is exploring reproductive health access for Black American women in the rural Southeast. She earned her Master’s in Public Health (MPH) from Rollins College and a BA in Psychology from Stetson University. During her time as an undergraduate student, she presented her senior research at two regional conference and served as Black Student Associate president.
In her leisure time, Trinity can be found playing with her fur-child, Prince, or buying new plants for her yoga room. She’s excited to explore DC after the pandemic.
Cooking! I love cooking different dishes and trying new things!
A lot is two words. "Alot" isn't a word.
I love hiking in the mountains on Sundays (when it's not unbearably cold).