Trenay Bynum is an award-winning writer and community advocate who holds a BA in Mass Communications from Tennessee State University and an MA in Public Service Management from Cumberland University. She has worked in the field of marketing communications for over two decades.
She previously served as Research Communications Manager Centerstone Research Institute and, in a prior role, served as the Website and Communications Director for the Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services.
Bynum is the author of two books, A Pictorial Journey of the Scarritt-Bennett Center: Celebrating Eight Years of Cultural Differences and Triumph! The Beautiful Face of Courage.
Currently, she is a Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee troop leader and the chair of the Children and Youth Ministry at Living Word Community Church. She is a recipient of the Journalism Achievement Award from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Spirit of Women Award (Community Service Division) presented by the Women’s Hospital at Centennial for her work with Figures of Nashville.
She has been featured in Tennessean’s woman section, Nashville Business, Nashville Lifestyles Most Beautiful People, the Tennessee Tribune, Contempora magazine, among others Lifetime Television Network.