Trinity Coleman, a 16 year old female, attends Caddo Magnet High School. Although she may appear as shy, it's just a ploy. She is truly outgoing - she is a cheerleader, softball player, piano player and a professional shower singer.
However, the most inspiring thing about this #SouperStar is that she is a member of the National Youth Advisory Board; she believes that her "souper" power is enhancing others, although she wouldn't mind if she had the power of teleportation.
Trinity joined the Souper Bowl of Caring by a recommendation, and plans to go back home and participate in food drives and many other volunteer activities. She doesn't even need a role model because she has herself, but admits to wanting to learn greater leadership skills. She asserts that "making a difference has no face", meaning that anybody can make a difference no matter the race, gender, social status, etc. Trinity Coleman is SOUPER!
(Please don't take my description of Trinity as an indication of her lack of humbleness, because she is one of the most down to earth individuals I have ever met.)
-Bio written by fellow member, Sophia George
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