Class of May 2019
Audriana (Audri) Trevino is a senior anthropology major from a small town in West Texas. She found herself at Lee University as a result of an unlikely connection with Lee’s drama team, The Kingdom Players. When Audri attended a Church of God youth camp in Texas, she was introduced to the university through her camp counselor, Naomi, who was an active member of Kingdom Players. Though she initially attended a school in her hometown, Audri wanted to pursue anthropology, and knew that Lee was the school for her.
Since transferring to Lee, Audri has become a member of the Anthropology Club and the Anthroplogy Honor Society. She and her husband Marcus are also involved in the community at Carroll Courts, Lee’s married student housing.
After graduation, Audri plans to work toward a doctorate in cultural anthropology and is currently visiting various graduate schools. A McNair Scholar, Audri credits the program with providing her opportunities for success.
“Lee has been my home away from home,” said Audri. “It has helped me strengthen my faith and grow closer to God. I have found lifelong friends here, and I have had the honor of meeting some of the most amazing professors.”