Trent Hunter is a Case Manager for Park Place Outreach’s Transitional Living Program. He is happily married to his wife Carolina Hunter, who is a Dentist from Colombia, South America. Trent is currently a student at South University where he is pursuing his Doctorate in Business Administration. Prior to pursuing his doctorate, he graduated from South University with High Honors in an MBA program in addition to obtaining a Bachelor of Science in management.
Trent was previously a Combat Medic in the ARMY where he served in Kuwait, Iraq, and Germany. For his exemplary service in Operation Iraqi Freedom, he was awarded the Army Commendation Medal.
Trent’s goal as the Transitional Living Program Case Manager is to equip young men who are at risk of homelessness with the tools and resources required to transition to independent living. He hopes to equip youth as a mentor encouraging transformational change through leading by example.
Trent aspires to be beloved by his peers and colleagues while influencing the lives of those he serves within his community. After he retires, he would like to become a professor in the field of Business. He spends his spare time traveling and exploring different foods.