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.