About Me

Trenaya Michele Reid, MPA, is a champion for ADA Rights and Advocacy for those with disabilities. Being a person with a physical disability, Trenaya has been an advocate and mentor for those with disabilities since she was younger. Within her career, Trenaya has been in the space of disability advocacy for over eight years, conducting over a dozen presentations on disability advocacy and etiquette. 

Trenaya attended Temple University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a certification in Spanish. In addition, she has attended the University of Central Florida and holds a Master’s in Public Administration. 

Trenaya is a Workforce Development Manager, where she was able to build out two, Workforce Development Programs, for a not-for-profit organization, assisting adults and youth with disabilities with obtaining internship and employment opportunities.

Trenaya is also a published author, in which she published her autobiography Life Rollz On. Trenaya has written her autobiography to encourage readers who have disabilities, parents who have children with disabilities and professionals who work with those with disabilities that no matter the challenges and obstacles that occur within our lives, we can still move forward to pursue our dreams.