Trinity Morisette is an American social-media influencer who advocates against cyberbullying through her 'TikTok' videos. She had started as a regular 'TikTok' personality, but an unfortunate incident led Trinity to use the platform to propagate positivity among people. She has won millions of hearts with her motivational content posted on her 'TikTok' channel, 'trinityamorisette.' The unfortunate incident had a great impact on her confidence and mental status. Hence, she decided to educate people about positive communication. Apart from 'TikTok,' she is active on other platforms such as 'Twitter,' 'Instagram,' and 'Facebook.' However, her popularity on those platforms is nowhere close to that on ‘TikTok.’ Trinity owns a line of T-shirts available on 'tcsocialclub.com.' At the tender age of 14, Trinity joined the ‘Florida Atlantic University’ as a pre-health student for a dual-degree program in neuroscience and biology.
Rise to Fame
Trinity began her social-media career by posting videos on 'TikTok.' She initially created lip-sync and dance performances for the platform. However, her popularity soared after she became a victim of cyberbullying.
Trinity started receiving loads of hateful and abusive comments for a video she had posted earlier. She could not take so much of hatred, and this made her sink into depression. Fortunately, she recovered soon and decided to spread a word against cyberbullying. Trinity received support from various corners of the world for taking a step that would change people's perception regarding social-media influencers.
To speak up against cyberbullying, Trinity joined the 'Kindness Matters' movement, a campaign designed to improve the way people interact with each other. She was moved to know the story of Peyton, who had committed suicide because of bullying but had saved lives by donating his organs. Trinity found the movement a perfect platform to bring about a positive change in the lives of the victims and also to help those who consider bullying a way of showing power.
Trinity took the noble cause to her 'TikTok' page, where she began making videos on positivity. She would show up holding placards with motivational messages written on them. Following this, her 'TikTok' popularity shot up. She now has over a million fans and more than 28.2 million heart emojis on the platform. She collaborated with fellow 'TikTok' stars Datrie, Daryna Popach, and Catherine Rowley for the video 'HOW DID I GET SO LUCKY! LOVE these GIRLS... TAG UR BESTIES.'
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Family & Personal Life
Trinity was born on March 25, 2003, in the US. She has been raised alongside her older sister, Payton, and her brother, Gino, who suffers from Down syndrome. Trinity believes Gino is a source of inspiration, not only for her career but also for the cause she has been working for. Gino's positive approach toward life provides her with the enthusiasm required to make more videos to spread love and positivity.
Trinity was just 14 when she joined a college program at the 'Florida Atlantic University.' She chose neuroscience and behavior biomedical engineering as her undergraduate subjects. Trinity was a member of the 'FIRST Robotics Competition Team Number 7152 Owltonomous' to run for the title 'Rookie of the Year 2018.' The team played two matches each in the regional competition held in West Palm, Florida, and then qualified for the world championship in Houston, Texas.
Trinity represented the team as its drive coach. She was also responsible for its public relations and for maintaining and building relationships with the other teams and the authorities. She proved herself to be a team player and was highly organized and competitive. This helped her team maintain their energy level and kept them motivated to accomplish successful results. She was the face of the team and communicated its mission to the public and the judges.
She also served as a recruiter to bring in sponsors for her team's program.