Tré Armstrong has propelled her passion for dance, her work ethics and her spirit into a successful career. The very popular choreographer, actress and TV personality is a proven entity in the entertainment industry, working with some of the music industry’s most successful artistes and companies.
Tre Armstrong has been honoured by the International Women Achievers’ Award (IWAA) with the Positive Impact Award. This award honors women whose contributions to society have positively impacted others. Tre Armstrong will receive this award in Toronto, Canada on March 16, 2013. The award is presented by the International Women Achievers’ Awards, a Canadian based organization. To learn more please visit IWAA.
Recently, Tre’ together with The Spoke Club, launched the Tré Armstrong Give Back Foundation, a registered not-for-profit organization. The organization’s mission is to make dance and creative artistic expressions accessible to youths across Canada.
The organization will be a catalyst to expose opportunities and to inspire young creative minds to pursue and nurture their artistic hopes, dreams and passions. She believes that dance empowers people and she wants to teach this form of empowerment to all youths.
The organization will focus on developing life skills through enjoyable youth programming and performing arts at the community level, along with educational classes and seminars. These initiatives in conjunction with continued academic learning and the development of key life and social skills will benefit youths across Canada. The Tré Armstrong Give Back Foundation believes every child should be allowed to explore their inner ‘spirit of dance’.
Tré's competence and work ethics have made her a well sought after choreographer for various artists and commercial entities, including Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, Kreesha Turner, Sarah Brightman, Jason Derulo, So You Think You Can Dance Canada, MTV, and the just completed choreography for Ludacris' new Breakaway music video.
Now, the talented artist is determined to bring, not only her dance skills, but life skills to the minds of many deserving youths. She firmly believes that life is a journey and the responsibility of all of us. Therefore, her contribution of instilling confidence through the performing arts can make a positive difference in the lives of many.