Miss Utah is more than a pretty face: Her story inspires and unites women across the state

(Good Things Utah) – Today on the show, Trina Kinyon, who was crowned Ms. Utah 2022 in November, sat down with Surae Chinn and Chris Thresher of The Advocates at Driggs, Bills & Day to share her inspirational story and what led to him entering the Utah pageantry system.

The United States of America pageants are designed to encourage women to strive to achieve their hopes, dreams, goals, and aspirations. With the contest’s motto to empower women, inspire others, and uplift everyone, Trina’s life perfectly represents what it’s all about.

Chris Thresher, of The Advocates at Driggs, Bills & Day, named Trina Community Advocate this month. Trina has shown herself to be a Good Samaritan, a pillar of our community, and an inspiration to many other young women across the state.

She currently works with two Utah nonprofit organizations: People Helping People, which is an employment program that offers a unique, long-term, one-on-one approach dedicated to helping women develop the tools, knowledge and the self-confidence needed to compete. better jobs, seeking raises and getting promotions.

The second organization, Momivate, is an organization that provides mothers with a community of support, education, and sharing of life skills, Trina serves as a leader in personal pursuits and is more than active in supporting others in their mothering endeavors.

Trina also offers career and life skills series on her Instagram and Facebook accounts, as well as co-teaches a confidence workshop.

For more information about Trina and the great work she does, go to at unitedstatesofamericapageants.com.

To appoint a Community Advocate, click on the Community Advocate tab. For more information about The Advocates at Driggs, Bills and Day, visit UtahAdvocates.com or call 801-326-0809.

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