Trijal Tagadur, currently an eighth grader, is from one of the most prominent and historical states in America, Georgia.
Since he was a young kid, he loved learning about history, regarding it as one of his favorite subjects, ranging from Native American settlements to the California Gold Rush and from the American Revolution to the Space Race.
Academically, he excels in studies, displaying a profound intent to learn and gain knowledge.
Having won “Best Middle School Essay” in Constituting America’s “We the Future” contest, he won a trip to Washington DC, allowing him to achieve a greater understanding concerning the history and origins of our nation.
He has won Young Georgia Authors at school level for four years in a row, once winning second at state level. He has participated in the Veterans of Foreign Wars program, winning at the local level.
He has taken part in a variety of different competitions, including the AMC, Perennial Math, Vex Robotics, and the Optimist oratorical competition.
He loves to participate in athletics. As an avid sports athlete, he plays soccer at a local academy. Furthermore, he captained and led his school’s soccer team last season.
He holds the title of a second degree black belt in Taekwondo, having actively participated in martial arts.
An aspiring young man, he is dedicated to opening his eyes to a broader world. He looks to have a significant impact in his community, his state, and his country, opening doorways with every step.
He is honored to have been provided the opportunity to serve on Constituting America’s Youth Advisory Board and intends to actively participate on the board while serving.