Tre’ Evers is a Republican political consultant and communications specialist. He helps clients hone their communications skills by providing public relations advice, integrated communications counsel, messaging strategies and grassroots advocacy tactics.
His political consulting clients have included Orlando Mayor Glenda E. Hood, former Tennessee Governor and Presidential candidate Lamar Alexander, State Senator Anna Cowin, Congressman and U.S. Senate candidate Bill McCollum, Secretary of State Katherine Harris and U.S. Senator Mel Martinez. As an Orlando, Florida native and veteran of statewide federal campaigns, Tre’ is one of the few Florida consultants with experience and knowledge in winning multiple federal races in Florida. In addition, his initiative and corporate work has encompassed statewide and regional efforts.
Prior to opening Consensus, Tre’ served as special assistant to Orlando Mayor Glenda E. Hood and as an appointee of President George H. W. Bush in the Office of the U.S. Secretary of Transportation, where he worked for four years in the Office of Governmental Affairs and was a Congressional Relations Officer. While still in college he worked for the Republican Party of Florida.
Tre’ served for three years on the U.S. Advisory Commission for Public Diplomacy. He was appointed by President George W. Bush. The commission is a bipartisan Presidentially-appointed commission created by Congress to provide oversight of U.S. Government activities intended to understand, inform and influence foreign publics.
Tre’ serves on U.S. Senator Marco Rubio’s Military Service Academy Nomination Board and is a graduate of the Florida State University, where he obtained a BS in Political Science and a minor in Business.