Media Advocacy Specialist
“I strive to be a voice for the voiceless, be a resource for those around me, and help others smile when it seems the world is against them. I believe change happens from within first, and reaching out to our diverse communities and delivering real and enriching stories helps everyone reach common ground.”
Trevor Norman-Clifton Gregory is the Media Advocacy Specialist in the Los Angeles County office. While growing up in the California Bay Area, Trevor experienced first-hand the damage that substance abuse can cause to families and carries those lessons with him in every step of his endeavors. Growing up, he learned what the power of media can do, and knew that he would one day be able to reach others with educational and enriching stories. In his school career, he practiced the craft of studio productions, learning skills in-front and behind the camera, as well as sharpening his storytelling skills by becoming a journalist and news editor for his college paper. Trevor earned his bachelor’s degree in Journalism from California State University Long Beach in 2021. In his free time, Trevor is often found honing his ability in acting, watching movies or TV shows, or playing games of the virtual or board variety.