Trinity Alicia is a digital producer at The 74.
Previously, Trinity worked at CNN.com, where she helped prominent newsmakers to sharpen and coordinate commentary pieces for a global audience, and at Denver’s 5280 Magazine, where she collaborated with the region’s hospitality, lifestyle and tourism leaders to both create content for mainstream audiences and coordinate media relations strategies for key influencers.
During her time with the Education Post network, Trinity collaborated with educators, teachers, and school leaders to produce weekly content around the latest developments in K-12 education, primarily affecting youth and teachers of color. She also helped launch virtual roundtables with school experts to drive deeper audience engagement.
Most recently, Trinity worked for Boston University’s acclaimed Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF), funded by the National Science Foundation. As a program marketing manager, she recruited and admitted undergraduate students from across the United States to participate in the 10-week program that equips students from marginalized communities to break barriers in STEM research.
A native of the Washington, D.C. area and an alum of San Diego State University, Trinity is currently based in Boston.