Director of Community Engagement
Cumberland County Schools Go Green Initiative Director
Sustainability Program Coordinator – Waste Management
Born and raised in Nebraska, Trinity grew up surrounded by agriculture and land conservation. She became a florist as soon as she could work, and excelled at it due to her creativity and quick-thinking. After high school, she was accepted into, and attended, the Savannah College of Art and Design. While doing research for a found objects sculpture project, Trinity’s heart was broken over beach litter and her aspirations changed soon after. She later moved to Fayetteville in the fall of 2021 to be with her husband who is stationed at Fort Bragg.
Trinity is currently pursuing her B.A. in Sustainable Governance and a minor in Project management at Arizona State University online.
In her free time, Trinity enjoys thrifting, yoga, gardening, and cooking. Trinity is passionate about preserving enough equity in the earth so that every future human being will have sufficient resources to live a life that is worth living.
Trinity leads Sustainable Sandhills’ litter abatement, illegal dumping abatement, and recycling education and infrastructure projects. She coordinates outreach activities and events related to pollution prevention including the 5 for Friday reverse litter campaign, with Cumberland County and the City of Fayetteville, Fayetteville Beautiful, and monthly litter collections with Keep Moore County Beautiful.