3 May 2018
After a rigorous selection process, Trinity was selected as one of two winners of the prestigious award, based on her outstanding work and her “persistence, motivation, and passion”.
Trinity was awarded with a plaque marking her achievement and enjoyed the unique opportunity of delivering an inspirational speech to more than 1,000 youth delegates about her commitment to the success of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Across a number of her projects, Trinity has been strongly supported by fellow CLC students.
Working closely with three friends, Clara Lenherr, Dina Zulqaisar, and Isabelle Zhang, Trinity set up ‘Girls for CS’, a student-led initiative dedicated to enabling more students to gain access to education and harnessing the power of technology in order to learn from each other.
Trinity also established ‘Discuss for Change (D4C)’, alongside her two co-founders Kehinde Whyte-Ilori and Audrey Kwong, an initiative that aims to educate and encourage discussions about global issues.
Trinity, Kehinde and Audrey have now also been joined in this project by nine further ambassadors and fellow CLC students.