As a sophomore in high school in Massachusetts, Trinity Monteiro recognized the lack of support girls were receiving and approached a faculty member. She committed herself then to doing anything necessary to build up support for girls. She started the first ever I AM THAT GIRL chapter soon thereafter. She’s motivated and sincere about her commitment to I AM THAT GIRL, having stayed in her role as a chapter leader for 2.5 years. Not only did Trinity organize her own chapter, she has regularly reached out to other schools and organization to participate. Trinity always leads by example. She is a role model to the girls she serves and empowers them to be vulnerable and lift one another up.