Trevor Munhall, Class of 2002

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Trevor Munhall, Class of 2002

Trevor Munhall is an educator who sees the universe as an endless series of connections. Transferring to UNH as a junior, he quickly became involved with numerous aspects of the university. He served as the interim chair of the Diversity Support Coalition, as an active member of the Alliance, as a Safe Zones Program presenter, and as a Residence Hall Assistant in the Mini Dorms. Trevor spent his summers working at Summerbridge Manchester, an academic enrichment program for students with limited access to resources that could put them on the path to college. It was his experience as an English education major at UNH and as a teacher at Summerbridge that inspired him to pursue issues of how diversity and education are intertwined. He is currently the Assistant Director of Summerbridge Manchester. Prior to his return to New Hampshire, he ran a similar academic non-profit in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In addition to his work with Summerbridge, Trevor teaches a section of eighth grade English and advises students at The Derryfield School. He is an avid reader, writer, photographer and loves being outdoors.