Taylor Clodfelter - Indiana Video Interview & Editing by Olivia Bush Nomination by Candice Clodfelter Photography by Brian Williams – Shot by B Issue 32 of Inspiring Teens Magazine
The Nomination: Taylor Clodfelter is a very outgoing and inspiring senior to everyone who looks up to her. She has a heart of gold and helps anyone that she can. Taylor is the most energetic, stunning, caring, cheerful, and just an all-around amazing girl! She puts others in front of herself and does not think twice about it. Her senior year has been crashing down on her because of COVID-19 but every day, she wakes up in the morning and says, “You got to think on the bright side!” She even has been painting rocks with cheerful sayings just to get people through this rough patch with positivity. She has been putting them around the town of Fort Branch and Haubstadt so be on the lookout for some inspiring rocks! She started out with a rough life, but she has never let that phase her. Her smile will always brighten any room she walks in!
Trinity Jagdeo - New jersey Interview by Claire Plath Editing by Olivia Bush Nomination by Scott Ehlin Photography by Image Is Everything Studios Issue 32 of Inspiring Teens Magazine
The Nomination: Trinity Jagdeo started her 501c3 nonprofit organization at 17 years old. She publishes and illustrates books featuring kids with special needs and disabilities as superheroes. She is also a motivational speaker and travels to different colleges, schools and organizations. A portion of the proceeds made from the books goes to a family in need. She reads for different programs and special needs schools. This year she is hosting a fashion show for the disability community at The Landis Theater in celebration of her two-year anniversary. She hosts "Spotlights On You" including people from the disability community and young entrepreneurs.
Victoria Hall - Texas Interview & Editing by Olivia Bush Nomination by Brenda Welke Photography by Katie Skrepnek Issue 30 of Inspiring Teens Magazine
Victoria Hall has spent the past four years advocating, raising money and awareness for victims of human trafficking by partnering with the nonprofit organization Dresscember. At the age of sixteen she traveled to India with the organization YouCanFreeUs that rescues victims of human trafficking. She went into locations delivering care packages and planting seeds for rescue missions. She also met and worked with survivors in rehabilitation programs. Victoria sees the light and hopes all she meets will see that light and her fight to bring awareness through her passions to this cause.