Treneé McGee, a powerful voice of her generation, serving as a speaker, advocate, and artist both nationally and internationally. She is a member of the Connecticut General Assembly, proudly representing the 116th District. For the 2024 legislative session, she serves on the following committees: Education, Environment, and Veterans' and Military Affairs.

Treneé earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Acting from Marymount Manhattan College, complemented by a certificate from The Umbra Institute in Perugia, Italy. Her passion for the arts was first ignited at the early age of 3, when she captivated audiences through her appearances in TV commercials.

In 2020, Treneé took a bold step by establishing her own production company, TDM Productions & Acting Studio, dedicated to nurturing new artists and fueling their passion for the arts. Prior to her role in state politics, she served as the youngest person on her town’s council.

In December 2021, Treneé achieved a historic milestone by becoming the Youngest Black Woman elected to the Connecticut General Assembly. Her dedication extends beyond politics; she champions the holistic well-being of women and families as a Whole Life advocate.

Additionally, in 2021, Treneé joined the board of Pro-Black, Pro-Life, a non-profit organization fostering crucial dialogues within the black community about life-related issues. She proudly identifies as a member of Dems for Life. One of her favorite quotes is from the late John Lewis: “If not us, then who? If not now, then when?"