Treneé is a powerful voice of her generation, serving as both a speaker to nations and advocate for young people in areas of social-economic and racial equality. Her drive for higher education and theatre led her to earn a BFA in Acting from Marymount Manhattan College and a certificate in Photography & Food Studies from The Umbra Institute in Perugia, Italy. While in College, Trenee' served as Fine Arts Performance Chair as well as the President of the Black and Latino Student Association; an on-campus club whose legacy lives on today.
Treneé's passion for film and the stage began at age 3 when she booked several television shows and commercials all over the world. Her credits include Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Blues Clues, Sesame Street, “Parkay Butter” and “Chicken Tonight” commercials which were filmed in Amsterdam, Holland. Upon graduation, Treneé, became a teaching artist at Long Wharf Theatre, a theatre she once frequented as a high school student. She served as a teaching artist of the National August Wilson Monologue Competition program, Connecticut’s region, and is now on the Board of Directors. In 2020, she officially established her own production company, TDM Production Company Inc. for new artists, in pursuit of their passion for the arts and to write, create, produce and direct faith-based productions.
In 2016, Treneé founded and established Be The F.I.R.S.T. (Fundamentally Inspire by Redefining Your Scholastic Tenacity), a program devoted to promoting Higher Education for First-Generation College Students. Through this program, Treneé hosts college summits and seminars on the college application process, financial aid, grants and scholarships, life on campus, and life after college, to name a few. Treneé is dedicated to implementing positive change and building foundations for students to holistically flourish. In addition, Treneé is the visionary of The Queenship: Beauty, Brains, Boldness, Confidence Gathering, in which she teams up with her Mother and Sister to bring a unique experience to ladies of all ages and stages of womanhood. In November 2019, Treneé won a seat as Councilwoman of the 7th District of West Haven City Council, becoming the youngest person to hold this position.
Trenee' is dedicated to the holistic wellbeing of women, children, and families. As a ProLife, WholeLife advocate, Trenee' is committed to enhancing support, opportunities, and resources for women in her community and around the nation. In 2021, Trenee' joined the Board of Pro- Black, Pro-Life, a non-profit organization dedicated to 'engaging conversations within the black community regarding the issue of life.'
Trenee received the Total Women: Women of Distinction Award, The I.D.E.A.L Award: Promoting Cultural Diversity and Awareness 2015, Silver M Leadership Award 2016, Black People Rock Award 2018, and the KMM Community Service Award 2020, UPN 40Under40 Class of 2020.
The daughter of Pastors Paris & Denya McGee Sr., Treneé is grateful for her Christian Heritage and she continues Kingdom ministry as Youth President for F.I.R.E. (Forcefully Igniting Revival Everywhere) Youth, Young Adult and Collegiate Ministries. She is the sister to Paris Jr., Taliyah and Joshua McGee and she makes this declaration from Eph. 3:20 “Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works within us.” Amen.