Trill Project is a mobile application that creates virtual communities for users to freely express themselves in and benefit from near-peer support models. The new social network is anonymous and highly secure. Users choose a color to randomly generate their anonymous username, follow tags rather than people, customize their feeds based on interests, and gain easy access to professional, crisis resources during times of need. Moderators and machine learning algorithms protect user safety and privacy. Trill is a combination of the words true and real.

The goal of Trill Project is to create inclusive, collaborative, and private safe spaces for marginalized individuals across the world. Ari and Georgia, two teenage women, founded Trill as a student-driven movement to reshape the narrative around social media.Now, Georgia and Ari work out of their dorm rooms at Harvard and USC to bring Trill Project to tens of thousands of users in over forty countries, organically grown in a first s...
Trill Project is a mobile application that creates virtual communities for users to freely express themselves in and benefit from near-peer support models. The new social network is anonymous and highly secure. Users choose a color to randomly generate their anonymous username, follow tags rather than people, customize their feeds based on interests, and gain easy access to professional, crisis resources during times of need. Moderators and machine learning algorithms protect user safety and privacy. Trill is a combination of the words true and real.

The goal of Trill Project is to create inclusive, collaborative, and private safe spaces for marginalized individuals across the world. Ari and Georgia, two teenage women, founded Trill as a student-driven movement to reshape the narrative around social media.Now, Georgia and Ari work out of their dorm rooms at Harvard and USC to bring Trill Project to tens of thousands of users in over forty countries, organically grown in a first six months since a public launch. Their iOS application is completely free and can be downloaded on the App Store. Individuals who identify as LGBTQ+, struggle with mental health, belong to other minority groups, or are students looking to vent have made the Trill community vibrant and full of positivity through mutual exchanges of sharing truths and socializing their experiences to eliminate the stigmas around seeking emotional support.
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Harvard i3
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Harvard i3 The Harvard College Innovation Challenge

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Georgia Messinger
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Georgia Messinger COO 18 year old writer, feminist, and founder from Los Angeles, California now studying at Harvard University