Kennadi Trevino is the daughter of Bonnie Trevino. Originally from Kansas, she moved to El Paso at a very young age and now call El Paso home.
Kennadi is currently a sophomore at El Paso Community College studying multidisciplinary studies in preparation for physician assistant school.
Kennadi currently serves as secretary for two campus organizations, the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, and the Collegiate Double T Health Professions Honor Society. Kennadi has been awarded the Women’s Fund of El Paso scholarship and the Hospitals of Providence Healthcare Volunteer scholarship. She also received the El Paso Community College General Foundation scholarship.
From a young age, Kennadi always wanted to help the community and volunteered her time at various food banks and as she got older, she spent her time volunteering at a variety of free clinics. The Silva Health Magnet High School alumna participated in many organizations and served different positions within those organizations on campus such as the Pharmacy Technician Program, High Q, Youth of Christ Secretary, National Honor Society Treasurer and many others.
At the age of five, Kennadi began cheerleading and attended many cheer camps, one being the Sun Bowl Cheer Camp where she was introduced to the Sun Court. Inspired by the poise and positive attitude of the Sun Court, Kennadi researched and learned about the women and their role to the City of El Paso in hopes to one day be a part of the tradition. Now, Kennadi will serve as an ambassador for the Sun City as a Sun Princess.
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