Bryanna Trevino

Family Advocate


Bryanna Trevino, one of Maslow Project’s Family Advocates, grew up in the small city of Sutherlin, Oregon.  She studied for two years at Umpqua Community College, where she worked with a local non-profit serving runaway and homeless youth.  She then moved down to Southern Oregon to complete her Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, with a concentration in Human Services.  She aspires to become a Mental Health Therapist.  

Bryanna enjoys crafting, thrift shopping, adventuring in the outdoors, and spending time with her family and French Bulldog.  She hopes to one day open a mini petting zoo at her house that will become a home for rescue dogs, miniature horses, miniature cows, and goats.