Tresa L. Chambers, M.S. is a brand marketer, a content strategist, an inventor, a writer, and an editor who has dedicated herself to helping authors, entrepreneurs and artists define, discover, and connect with their target markets. As the founder and CEO of Tenth Muse Enterprises, LLC, she provides space and platforms to empower Black and Brown creative entrepreneurs and artists from historically marginalized groups everywhere to increase economic and community stability through their talent.
A former business and political journalist at Time Magazine, Tresa has used her expertise as a writer, editor, marketer and project manager to create and launch programs and products in corporate, academic and community arenas from New York City to South Florida to Silicon Valley and the world for more than 25 years, driven by the desire to have measurable, positive, impactful outcomes. Ms. Chambers has received her Master of Science Degree in Publishing from Pace University in New York. 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 currently lives in Dallas, Texas. She is a wine enthusiast, enjoys walking for wellness, and supports initiatives that promote literacy, nutrition, and creative expression.
She has driven the renaming and rebranding of Rovi, formerly Macrovision, a global technology corporation, supporting multi-million dollar growth, partnering with global brands including Apple, Best Buy, DIRECTV, DivX, Microsoft, Samsung, Shazam and Soundhound. Tresa also invented a software portal that was integrated into the company’s interactive program guide.
She has launched, managed and raised funds to support programs advancing literacy and math, including the Miami-based Family Literacy Arts Program (FLAP) and the nationally renowned Algebra Project in partnership with Florida International University’s Center for Urban Education and Innovation.
Tresa’s interest in learning about wine inspired her to relaunch and preside over the New York City Chapter of the national organization Women for WineSense, planning and executing monthly events across New York, growing attendance at events and contributing as a voting member of the national Board.
Tresa is an out of the box thinker and motivator. She always seeking opportunities to challenge herself in new areas, and has recently completed four 5K races and a 10K race. She competed twice in the National M.S. Society Climb to the Top of Rockefeller Center to personally support a dear friend.
Tresa is author of the e-Book How to Launch: 9 Lessons to Help Your Idea Take Off. She is writing a memoir and was invited to attend the Hurston/Wright Foundation’s Black Writers’ Week in July 2015 in Washington, D.C., where she was mentored and supported by award-winning authors Wil Haygood, Marita Golden and Breena Clarke.