Today’s Titleholder Spotlight is dedicated to Trinity Madden. She is from Tehachapi, California and currently holds the title of Royal International Miss California Jr. Teen. She has formerly held the titles Jr. Miss Tehachapi and Jr. Miss Antelope Valley. This 14-year-old absolutely adores her family and Disneyland. She is deaf, but she doesn’t let that get in the way of her dreams!
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Take it away, Trinity!
She overcame everything that was meant to destroy her.
I started in pageantry about 4 years ago when I was ten and only competed in the my small town’s community pageant: Miss Tehachapi. After, I competed in a few random mini pageants until I competed for a title in the International Junior Miss system: Miss Golden State. Then I returned to Tehachapi pageants for the title of Jr. Miss Tehachapi. I was then able to represent Tehachapi in the Jr. Miss Antelope Valley competition and walked away with the Jr. Miss Antelope Valley title. I was the first Tehachapi queen to win Antelope Valley.
My favorite pageant memory was my crowning moment at the Miss Antelope Valley pageant. When they called my name, I realized I reached something I worked so hard for. This title made me a role model for other kids, as I spent my year with other disabled and Deaf kids like me.
My platform is my own project called Help for the Hear where I collect hearing aids to lend and donate them to those who can’t afford them until they can afford their own. I am currently trying to turn this into a non-profit, and I would like to start another in honor of my sister.
I just love that The Queen Next Door really helps all of us build a name for ourselves, gets us out there, and showcases other inspiring young women in our age groups. The stories of these inspiring women help inspire others to accomplish their dreams.
This helpful and bright Jr. Teen will be competing for the title of Royal International Miss Jr. Teen this July in Orlando, Florida! We wish her the best of luck at Internationals and can’t wait to see her start her nonprofit organizations.
Until next time,