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Treniyyah Anderson

Treniyyah Anderson
Program Coordinator

Treniyyah Anderson (she/her/hers) is one of three Program Coordinators. In this role she is one of the front-facing staff members who coordinates programs and works closely with the middle schoolers, PE teachers, student-athletes, and community members to implement effective health promotion programming. Prior to her current position, she spent 9 months working as an educator for the Boys and Girls Club in Anchorage, Alaska. She has also co-authored a paper titled, “Designing Service-Learning to Enhance Social Justice Commitments: A Critical Reflection Tool” and tutored high-school students. In college, she wore many hats; she started a podcast and served as a research assistant to a pediatric neurologist. Treniyyah has also studied and lived in JoBurg, South Africa and Venice, Italy. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Cultural Anthropology and Global Health from Duke University.  

Trigga Tre is tenacious. She received her name in high school due to one’s ability to hold a basketball, take a defensive charge, and still get a “And 1”! She was born and raised in Philadelphia which lends to her killer swag, sense of humor, and outstanding cooking abilities. Trigga (or Trig) is like an onion – you may cry as you peel back the layers because she is a strong lady, but once you get through, she has a lot of flavor and dimensions to offer. Trigga Tre enjoys being active, testing out and sharing her culinary skills, singing to R&B music, and most importantly, being outside for the vibes (as long as it doesn’t interfere with her bedtime).

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Treniyyah Anderson
Grassroots Health

Treniyyah Anderson (she/her/hers) is one of three Program Coordinators. In this role she is one of the front-facing staff members who coordinates programs and works closely with the middle schoolers, PE teachers, student-athletes, and community members to implement effective health promotion programming. Prior to her current position, she spent 9 months working as an educator for the Boys and Girls Club in Anchorage, Alaska. She has also co-authored a paper titled, “Designing Service-Learning to Enhance Social Justice Commitments: A Critical Reflection Tool” and tutored high-school students. In college, she wore many hats; she started a podcast and served as a research assistant to a pediatric neurologist. Treniyyah has also studied and lived in JoBurg, South Africa and Venice, Italy. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Cultural Anthropology and Global Health from Duke University.  

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