A former business and political journalist at Time Magazine, Tresa Chambers has launched nationally and internationally distributed magazines and newsletters, and has contributed her editing, research and marketing communications skills to diverse book projects. Her vast publishing experience includes more than 25 years in magazine and book editing, licensing, research, magazine editing and marketing communications, print and digital production, and content creation and editing for websites, portals and digital publications.
Tresa Chambers is passionate about helping others communicate their ideas in their own voice, while ensuring that they make an impact with their audiences with content that is clear, concise and accurate.
Ms. Chambers has received her Masters of Science Degree in Publishing from Pace University in New York, trained and mentored by world class publishing experts including the original editor of the Harry Potter book series, a Hearst Magazine Group publisher, executives at HarperCollins, Conde Nast, Scholastic, MacMillan, Pearson, DK and Meredith. She completed a Master’s certificate in Integrated Communications: Advertising & PR at Florida International University in Miami and her B.A. in French at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.
Tresa has been invited to attend the Hurston/Wright Foundation’s Black Writers’ Week in Washington, D.C.Her mentors include award-winning authors Wil Haygood, Marita Golden and Breena Clarke.
Tresa is available to moderate panels, speak/present at conferences and events, write and/or edit business and consumer content, including publications, websites and blogs focused on the arts (writing, art, dance, theater, etc.), fashion, beauty, entertainment and culture.
Here's the latest issue of CREATIV Magazine, the Art Basel edition. As the Guest Editor, I was able to contribute an interview with visual artist D. Lammie Hanson, who is the Regional Winner of the Bombay Sapphire Art Series.
I have developed strategies and promoted brands of global corporations and small businesses. BO$: Business of Style is where I share what I've learned, and I talk to entrepreneurs in fashion, beauty, the arts and entertainment about their path to success.
Tresa Chambers brings more than 20 years of experience launching and building global brands using strategies that promote scalability and sustainability.
Schedule a strategy session with her today.
Being Social 101
Are Black Men Finally in Vogue?
Up from Newport News
Moderator, The Best Platform to Build Your Artist Brand, Now Trending Art & Fashion Media Hub, Dec. 9, 2017
Keynote Speaker, Mind, Body and Business Conference
"Leverage Your Network and Grow Your Business with Strategic Partnerships"
Moderator/Host, “BO$ LIVE for Creative Entrepreneurs” monthly meetup, Microsoft Store, Boca Raton, FL
Now part of the #SmartBrownVoices Network
Charter Affiliate on Flint Stone Media Network
Co-host, “Fashion Friday: The Business of Style,” AM 880 THE BIZ Bloomberg Radio
Moderator: “It’s Showtime: The Entertainment Industry,” University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Articles Editor, CREATIV Magazine #23, Art Basel Issue, November 2017
Appointed by Mayor and City Council to City of Hollywood (FL), Business Advisory Council
Recipient of the 2007-2008 Pace University M.S. in Publishing Fellowship Award
Board Member, NYC President, Women for WineSense
Board Member, Harlem Cares