Trevor Storrs

Trevor Storrs has an extensive background spanning nearly three decades, dedicated to collaborative work with the nonprofit sector. Presently, he assumes the role of President & CEO at the Alaska Children’s Trust (ACT), a preeminent organization operating statewide with a mission centered on preventing child abuse and neglect. Trevor’s educational journey commenced at the University of Lethbridge, culminating in a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology. He later pursued his studies at Gallaudet University, a unique institution catering to the deaf community, situated in Washington DC, where he earned a master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling. Post-graduation in 1997, Trevor embarked on his Alaskan journey and moved to Anchorage. His career in Alaska has focused on underserved and vulnerable populations.