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Trena Myers, MBA

Trena's more than 10-year career in higher education admissions has led her to mentor and guide thousands of students as they discern their next steps, from high school to college to graduate school and beyond. Trena launched her career and moved her profession into working as a Family Medicine Residency Coordinator for Gwinnett Medical Center in 2016.

Trena earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Illinois University in Macomb, Illinois; a Master’s of Business Administration in Marketing from Colorado Technical University, Colorado Springs, Colorado, with postgraduate work in Organizational Leadership and Change. In May 2015, she earned a certification in Health Information Technology from Gwinnett Technical College, Lawrenceville, Georgia and in 2016, she began her PhD journey in Health Education and Promotion with Walden University where she competed as the University’s first team at the SOPHE Graduate Case Study and received the 21st Century Scholar Award. She will complete her Health Coaching Certificate through Emory in 2019.

As a professional public speaker, Trena has spoken to national organizations across the country to include Georgia HOSA (which is the largest organization in the World) and the Association of Family Medicine Administration.

She is a 2014 Gwinnett Neighborhood Leadership Institute (GNLI) graduate; a service of the Gwinnett Coalition, her team designed a community service project to raise awareness about the mental health impact of sexting. Resource officers, clinicians, and Future Business Leaders of America program in Sumter, South Carolina have used her team project. She served as chair on the GNLI advisory board where she was a vital part of redesigning the program. 

Trena’s interests extend beyond the office to other pursuits such as personal health coaching, event planning, artwork, writing, and volunteering.