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Trinea Gonczar is a survivor and advocate for victims of sexual abuse and all who are impacted as a result. Trinea was featured in the HBO documentary "At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal". Trinea currently serves as the Director of Development at Wayne County SAFE (Sexual Assault Forensic Examiners program) in Detroit, Michigan, the same program that processed the thousands of undetected rape kits for the City of Detroit. Trinea was featured on the NPR podcast "Believed" as well as the Audible book "Twisted". She was selected as part of the speaker panel "Sister Survivors Round table" on ESPN. Trinea speaks nationally about her experience and has received numerous accolades, including the Arthur Ashe Award at the ESPY's and carried on to name her first child, Ashton (Ashe) in honor of the courage award of the year. She received the humanitarian award from Global Sports Development and received the Humura award from the EDJA foundation.