2020-2021 Registered Student Organizations
Business and Economics club
To promote the exchange of ideas in business and economics; to provide fellowship among students and faculty while extending our members educational experience beyond the classroom.
Student Leaders: Mari Bonilla, President and Breonna Bailey, Vice President
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Lynda Jackson
Butterfly Network (previously Dreamers Alliance)
To come together as a united group to help each other through the college experience; advocate on behalf of Dreamers and the undocumented community; and to foster an atmosphere of communication and understanding at all times.
Student Leaders: Mileidi Salinas-Bucio, President and TBD, Vice President
Staff Advisor: Ms. Tabatha Cuadra
To empower Trinity students of any background to learn effective leadership communication skills as it relates to academic, social and professional goals through networking events, activities and workshops.
Student Leaders: Dulce Lopez, President and Fatima Pickney, Vice President
Staff Advisor: Dr. Matthew Bates
To create a space to be able to express themselves and to embrace their inner creativity.
Student Leaders: Ronneshia Briscoe, President and Drew Bridges, Vice President
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Steven Gable
The goal of the Film Club is for students to have a creative outlet while expressing themselves through visual artistic medium known as film.
Student Leaders: Kanika Savoy, President
Staff Advisor: Dr. Bill Beverly
Forensic Science Club
TBD: Pending Final Recognition and Approval
Student Leaders: Jaylan Pratt, President and Norma Hernandez-Quiroz, Vice President
Staff Advisor: Dr. Cynthia DeBoy
Graduate Counseling Association
To keep all counseling graduate students informed regarding events, activities, research and academic life specifically related to school and mental health counseling.
Student Leaders: Tierra Templeton,President and LaKeya Williams, Vice President
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Luane Oprea
The Green Project: Environmental Science Club
The Green Project’s mission statement is to advocate for green solutions to enable Trinity’s campus, faculty and students to become more eco-conscious and educating our peers about the current climate crisis.
Student Leaders: Sage Johnson, President and TBD, Vice President
Staff Advisor: Dr. Erin Carriere-Kretschmer
Ladies Fierce in Research, Science and Technology (Ladies F.I.R.S.T.)
Seeks to promote the interest of students in STEM discipline as well as enrich learning opportunities for the Trinity community regarding significant breakthroughs, pioneers and career opportunities.
Student Leaders: Dominique Nicolas, President
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Patrice Moss
Model United Nations
Model UN club engages in simulation of the United Nations system by learning about the UN system, the skills of debate, compromise, conflict resolution and negotiation. MUN team members have fun learning about the workings of world diplomacy through the lens of current events.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. James Stoker
Muslim Student Association
The Muslim Student Association will educate and provide information for both Muslims and non-Muslims. This club will also work to unify religions.
President: Fozia Jafar, President
Faculty Advisor: TBD
To stimulate positive self-growth, interactive thinking, positive emotional health, and awareness to mental health issues around our community. To physically communicate our mission, we plan to interactively promote psychology through information sessions, events, and community service.
Student Leaders: Gerizim Perez, President and Denisse Santillan, Vice President
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Deborah Harris-O’Brien
Student Early Childhood Education Association (SECEA)
To promote high-quality learning for all children, birth through age 8, by connecting practice, policy, and research. We advance a diverse, dynamic early childhood profession and support all who care for, educate, and work on behalf of young children. We believe that all young children thrive and learn in a society dedicated to ensuring they reach their full potential.
Student Occupational Therapy Association
To provide a space for peer mentoring/tutoring/studying, advocacy and marketing of OT and to promote community health and wellness.
Student Leaders: Maggie McClean, President and Ashley Stewart, Vice President
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Elizabeth Palmer
Trinity Sister Fellowship
To provide a space for students to engage in discussions and to study the bible.
Student Leaders: Brandi Nelson, President and Ewaoluwa Ogundana, Vice President
Staff Advisor: Sr. Ann Howard
Women’s Student Action Coalition (W.S.A.C)
To provide a space and medium for students to engage in discussions of feminist issues.
Student Leaders: Sayra Lopez, President and Lilian Robles, Vice President
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jamey Piland
For more information about getting involved in any of the above organizations, please contact Dean Meechie Bowie at 202-884-9611