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Trinity Norwood joins ‘The American Dream’ Wednesday, January 29, 2014 February 3, 2014

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Trinity Norwood

Trinity Norwood, native American, joins Dr. Stanley El on ‘The American Dream.’

Native American, Trinity Norwood shares her American Dream with Dr. Stanley El, D.Div. This ambitious young lady aspires to do great things for her tribe through media and public outreach. Join us to hear her story only on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS FM. 

Born and raised Jersey girl, Trinity Norwood, has lived her life to the mantra “the things that make me different, make me.” Since graduating from high school in 2007 she has dedicated her time and efforts to sharing her ‘different’ things with the world. In 2008 she founded a nonprofit organization called Native New Jersey.  NNJ creates and presents educational programs about the first inhabitants of the tri-state area, the Nanticoke and Lenape Indians.  As a citizen and Tribal Princess of the Nanticoke Lenni- Lenape Indians she hopes to share her culture with today’s youth and young adults in order to dispel stereotypes and misconceptions about the Native community. After graduating from Thomas Edison State College with a B.A. in Communications.

Trinity found an interest and natural talent for entertainment and media. Having a love for dance since she was a child, her creative interests grew into theater and film as a young adult. She was feathered on two independent films Act up and Real Men Wear Pink. In 2011, she debuted her theatrical talents as one of the stars of the local play The First Lady in Burlington, NJ (www.mrs.producer.com).  She interned and currently volunteers at Philadelphia public access television station, PhillyCAM (www.phillycam.org). She recently became a member of the networking team for Solid rock entertainment, a locally based promotions and management organization (www.solidrockent.net) and works with Philly’s own radio personality, Brother Marcus from Praise 103.9 as part of his event and support staff. Some her future endeavors include grad school and RED accessories; a jewelry line that infuses modern day fashion trends with traditional Native crafting styles, debuting in June 2014. 

 

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